Do you lead an open source/open science project, or know someone who does? Take part in a study following open projects over time, to see if we can identify common elements amongst the more sustainable projects.
RIOT Science Club are hosting a conference on Open Research: A Vision for the Future on 2 March from 12.20 to 17.10 GMT. It's free to attend and open to all.
As part of our 10 year anniversary series, SSI Fellow Malvika Sharan gives you solutions to 10 arguments against Open Science.
Applications are open for the third round of Open Life Science (OLS-3) mentoring and training program, run by Fellows Malvika Sharan and Yo Yehudi.
Around June 2019, Open Life Science (OLS) was originally dreamed up. Yo Yehudi, Malvika Sharan and Bérénice Batut provide an overview of where they are in the project.
Being an ally is a learned skill that everyone can practise by self-education and structured training. An Ally Skills Workshop allows its participants to understand various concepts, explore social scenarios and practise simple everyday techniques they can use to make their workplace and communities more inclusive.
Hypergraph (Beta) is free-to-play, free-to-access, open source software to help reset research publishing. Use it to publicly document your research step by step, before the issues of after-the-fact articles even begin.
By Stephen Thompson, Research Associate at WEISS, University College London. At WEISS we are developing the SciKit-Surgery libraries to support researchers in creating better software, and to enable faster translation of research to clinical practice.
The Open Life Science mentoring and training programme is open for applications. The programme helps early stage researchers and potential academic leaders to become Open Science ambassadors in the life science community.
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