More from: Leibniz-Forschungsverbund Science 2.0

News on Open Science and Science 2.0 (Newsletter August 2019)

Around the research alliance and it’s partners ellow Program Open Science: Kick-off Event Wikimedia’s Fellow Program Open Science enters its fourth year. In September fellows and mentors will meet for the first time in Berlin to get to know each other and plan their work for the next eight months. Wikimedia is hosting a public […]


News on Open Science and Science 2.0 (Newsletter July 2019)

Around the research alliance and it’s partners The SprintCon On 21 October the SprintCon, the 1st convention for communities who create open books and knowledge resources will take place at TIBLeibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology. It is the pre-conference of the Twenty-First International Conference on Grey Literature (GL21). The aim of this event […]


News on Science 2.0 and Open Science (Newsletter December 2018)

Around the research alliance and it’s partners   Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0: General Assembly On 28 November the alliance partners came together in Berlin for the annual general assembly. Two new members, the German Institute for Adult Education – Leibniz Centre for Lifelong Learning and the impact distillery, joined our alliance which now consists […]


Call for applications – Impact School: Science Transfer in the 21st century

Impact School: Science Transfer in the 21st century, November 29  –  December 1, 2017, Berlin There is a pressing need for informed expertise from virtually all fields of academic research (e.g., with regards to matters of climate change, innovation, migration, data security). Still, scientific expertise often remains within its own domain and only reaches relevant decision-makers […]



Interview of Prof. Dr. Klaus Tochtermann with the SWR2 on the subject Science 2.0

Prof. Dr. Klaus Tochtermann, the speaker of the Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0, gave an interview to the german radion station SWR2 on the subject Science 2.0 and its consequent change on the research landscape. The opportunities and risks of Science 2.0 are expounded and the Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 is mentioned in this […]


Nationwide study: Four Social Media Types of Scientists

Kiel/Hamburg, 17 March 2014: Goportis – Leibniz Library Network for Information Research identifies four Social Media types among scientists. The survey shows that Social Web applications have become routine in research and teaching. Within the framework of Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0, Goportis – Leibniz Library Network for Information Research has participated in a nationwide […]