UNICA – VUB Webinar “Applying Open Science in Research Projects”
During the webinar we discussed the practical aspects and consequences of applying Open Science in research projects.
Open Science is a key element of Horizon Europe projects. The European Commission website refers to Open Science as “a transition in how research is performed and how knowledge is shared” and explains how Open Science is aimed to make science more efﬁcient, reliable, and responsive to societal challenges. To this end, the webinar included a presentation by VUB on what Open Science is and what it is not, and presentations by UNICA members on the application of Open Science in practice.
The VUB Multidisciplinary Program on Sustainable Food and Biomass Systems is established to support the preparation and execution of multi-disciplinary research and education projects. As the concept note for the program explains, projects developed with support of the program applied to the extent possible the concept of Open Science.
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- What is Open Science and what is it not by René von Schomberg
- Open science in UNICA by Françoise Vandooren
- “Applying Open Science in practice”– Presentation from a project perspective by Piet Van Der Meer
18 Jan 2021
13.00 to 15.00 (CET)