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The Leibniz Research Alliance is committed to the research and development of working methods, infrastructures, and tools of Open Science

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Workshop: How to Make Open Science Practice Attractive in the Economic Sciences

On 17 February 2020, a workshop “Open Science in Economics – From Politics to Practice” (German) with 12 researchers and teachers from the field of economics took place at the ZBW in Hamburg. Open Science in economic research was examined here in a very practical way in everyday life: Under what conditions is Open Science attractive for individual economic researchers and how could they imagine their personal commitment in practical terms? What information on the topic of Open Science would help individual economic researchers? How do economists assess the importance of Open Source in the economic sciences? Using open practices […]

Civil Society engagement Seeks Open Science for Rapid Decarbonization!

Opensay, a new open research community, recently launched to bring together civil society organisations and modelling researchers and apply Open Science practices to further 100% decarbonization planning and policy. ‘Opensay: open (energy) system analysis community’ has come out of the predominantly European ‘openmod’ open energy modelling community to partner with civil society organizations and bring open analytics practices to a wider audience. 

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EURISE Workshop: Software Quality through Automation and Testing. 26 Mar 2020

EURISE Workshop: Software Quality through Automation and Testing The EURISE Network invites you to participate in their joint workshop on software quality. The workshop will take place in Utrecht, NL, on March 26. 2020. The topics to be addressed range from quality measures and criteria to implementation through automation and continuous integration and how their […]

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