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Discussion paper: New indicators for Open Science and Open Innovation

Established indicators for research and innovation processes do not sufficiently capture the nuances of open science and open innovation. As a result, their opportunities and risks often remain obscure. A new discussion paper therefore makes proposals for the expansion of existing indicators and the development of new ones. We looked at possible innovations in the field of open science.

‚ÄúIt‚Äôs not only peer-reviewed, it‚Äôs reproducible‚ÄĚ

Note: This is a reblog from the OKFN Science Blog. As part of my duties as a Panton Fellow, I will be regularly blogging there about my activities concerning open data and open science. Peer review is one of the oldest and most respected instruments of quality control in science and research. Peer review means …

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