been committed to making science open from its onset. Some of our latest
projects in realizing this commitment have been launching the ‘UCL Open:
Environment‘ megajournal, contextualizing the new open access
journal ‘BMJ Open Science’ into the ScienceOpen
research discovery environment of 53 million article records, and offering some
ideas on how
you can contribute to open science in small but significant
In light of the 6thOpen Science Conference organized by the Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science in Berlin this week, we decided to give you an overview of some of the most relevant and diverse research content on open science curated in the form of researcher-led collections on ScienceOpen. Our research recommendations below discuss some of the most pertinent issues in open science, such as the FAIR data principles, reproducible research, metadata, and open access scholarship. Enjoy!
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