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News on Open Science and Science 2.0 (Newsletter January 2020)

Around the research alliance and it’s partners Barcamp Open Science 2020: Few Places left! The Barcamp Open Science (10 March 2020, #oscibar) as pre-event of the Open Science Conference is open to everybody interested in discussing, learning more about, and sharing experiences on practices in Open Science. We would like to invite researchers and practitioners […]



Open Climate Knowledge launches a Force11 Working Group‚ÄĒJoin Up!

Open Climate Knowledge is an open research project supported by GenR. The project aims at making research related to climate change 100% open ASAP. To do this two strands of work are planned: firstly, data mining of open research paper repositories to build an open research knowledge base, and secondly, to make a plan for how to transition to 100% open. There is an open invitation to join the Force11 working group with an introductory video conference taking place on February 11th.

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Barcamp Open Science & Open Science Conference // Registration open // Early bird until 7 February (Newsletter – Special Issue)

The registration for our Barcamp Open Science and Open Science Conference in Berlin is open now Get Tickets here: https://www.open-science-conference.eu Barcamp Open Science 2020 // 10 March 2020 // #oscibar The Barcamp Open Science as pre-event of the Open Science Conference is open to everybody interested in discussing, learning more about, and sharing experiences on […]


Simpler Website Tech: Leaving the PHP Island

Part of a new GenR series for 2020 ‘Open Science Pro Tip’ where Open Science researchers share their digital know-how. Researcher and developer Daniel Jackson shares his experiences of using flat file web technologies that can take the headaches out of running a research website by reducing maintenance tasks, lowering costs, avoid security headaches, and …

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