Tomorrow Sascha Friesike will be part of a webinar on Open Science. It is free of charge and will take place at 13:30 CET.
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The Leibniz Research Alliance „Science 2.0” invites you to participate in the online-survey “handling and re-use of research data”. Benedikt Fecher and Sascha Friesike, from openingscience.org, are part of the research project. Please follow this link to get to the…
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Just listened to Pawel Szczesny’s talk at the Science 2.0 conference in Hamburg. Good summary of the current situation. Here is a link to the slides.
The conference is happening on the 26th and 27th of March in Hamburg.
Check out the programme and join the livestream.If you are attending the conference you are welcome to come to our poster session on Wednesday.
Science 2.0 sees the emergence of data-driven research as a defining feature of this new movement. Digital delivery and storage have revolutionised the way in which data is captured, stored and made available for sharing. The presentation will look at…