welcome to openscience.euWe are a team of scientists, media experts, and generally just normal people like yourself. Our goal is to inform you about the latest trends in the field of Open Science, and we are therefore looking for exciting projects, initiatives and groups who deal with relevant topics in the field of Open Science.
The current crisis shows us how important it is to connect people in order to develop solutions for complex problems as fast as possible. This type of collaboration is also relevant beyond the corona crisis and should be used, among other things, to address current challenges such as the climate crisis, social inequality, etc.
Due to the current situation we have decided to go online with our website earlier as planned. In the upcoming weeks we are going to identify interesting projects and share them with you on this site in order to provide up-to-date coverage of relevant topics.
In this way we hope to make a small contribution to overcoming the current crisis. We are looking forward to your feedback and suggestions on other exciting topics and relevant questions.
Please tell us about what you are interested in!
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What is the aim of Hacker School? The Hacker School is a project of the non-profit association I3 e.V. with the aim of enabling digital education for children and young people throughout Germany. In their Hacker School sessions, they want to spark and maintain young people’s interest in information technology (IT) and its possibilities. They […]
What is the aim of the project? The FOSTER and FOSTER+ projects focused on promoting the practical implementation of Open Science, with activities targeting academic staff, young scientists and policy-makers in particular. Partners from disciplines in the life sciences, social sciences and humanities tailored training content to the practices of each domain. Outcome-oriented workshops were […]
What is the aim of the project? The European Commission launched OpenAIRE in 2010 as both an online portal (infrastructure) and a network of helpdesks and experts (34 National Open Access Desk (NOADs). Its original objective was to support the implementation of the European open access policies: the ERC Scientific Council Guidelines for Open Access […]