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Open Science: the science of the future

Paola Masuzzo


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  "description": "<p>This is an updated broad intro to Open Science/Research I prepared for an invited seminar at the University College Dublin, February 2020. The slide deck covers 3 major topics:</p>\n\n<ol>\n\t<li>What is Open Science and why it is the only possible science for the future</li>\n\t<li>A broad introduction to Open Research practices, with a focus on <strong>open access</strong>, <strong>preprints</strong>, <strong>FAIR data</strong> and <strong>science reproducibility </strong>at large</li>\n\t<li>A final message of hope, on how Open Science can be the perfect occasion to <strong>reform the current academic culture</strong> and shift the conversation back to topics way more relevant than impact factors and similar.</li>\n</ol>", 
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  "url": "https://zenodo.org/record/3679141", 
  "datePublished": "2020-02-22", 
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    "open science", 
    "fair data", 
    "academic culture", 
    "open access", 
    "inclusiveness", 
    "preprints"
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