The authors of the following preprint ‘Open Science Saves Lives’ will hold a ‘Ask me anything’ #AMA session on Reddit next week – 08:00 am Eastern Time (GMT-4:00) on the 11th November.
The focus of the theme is to look at new creative ways researchers are in dialogue, engaging, and co-creating with the wider public.
GenR is hosting a collaborative listing on innovating Open Science Communications: projects, resources, and publication. We’re looking for you to help us make the list of ground breaking projects and resources to share with the Open Science community.
The Open Science Barcamp was hosted by the ‘Communities in New Media’ (GeNeMe) conference organised by the TU Dresden Media Centre on the 7th of October. The move to online only for the barcamp managed to keep the ‘in-the-moment’ spontaneity that makes a barcamp special – showing off group ingenuity and creating a welcoming environment attracting participants from around the world. The format also worked in terms of turning questions and abstract notions into concrete steps that participants could take away.
GenR met up via an online video with Matthew Hodgson CEO and CTO of Element and Matrix protocol co-founder to talk about how researchers can harness ‘Data Sovereignty’ using real-time communications. Element has found a formula for scaling open-source infrastructure – bringing secure decentralised communications and collaboration to education and the public sector across Europe.
Photo Credits: Ralf Rebmann. Published at Wiki Commons under a CC BY 4.0 license. A one day event – 7th October online and in Dresden – signup – registration is free. Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science and the TU Dresden Media Centre have teamed up to bring you the Open Science Barcamp #oscibar which will take place […]
As part of the GenR theme ‘Innovating Open Science Systems for COVID-19’ we will look at how Open Science can improve ‘collaboration and communication’ in R&D communities working on Contact Tracing for C-19. GenR will carry out a mapping of applicable Open Science systems in consultation with the public health community.
Open Science research practices need reinforcing and their value for science and society communicating to the wider public.
Join presenters from a number of open-source and open science projects for a 60 minutes online presentation. The session is fast paced and an essential place to go for cutting edge developments in Open Science infrastructures.
If Corona-Warn-App (CWA) is successful in its Open Science approach it will be a game changer for the responsible use of machine learning in the public realm but also to enable more and better data gathering and applications.