an inclusive construct that combines various movements and practices aiming to make multilingual scientific knowledge openly available, accessible and reusable for everyone, to increase scientific collaborations and sharing of information for the benefits of science and society, and to open the processes of scientific knowledge creation, evaluation and communication to societal actors beyond the traditional scientific community.
Why Open Science?
promote accurate verification of scientific results
increase re-use of scientific materials and reduce duplication of material collection
contribute to great innovation and citizen engagement
How to engage in Open Science?
There are various channels and tools available for you to be part of the open science Kramer et al. (2018) publishes a rainbow of open science practices
This is a free, open platform to support research and collaboration. The platform provides an opportunity to browse through public research data, materials, and other information by authors or discipline
OECD has been at the forefront of open science and published a recommendation on Access to research data from public funding in January 2021. OECD also provide you access to reports and policy notes pertaining to open science.