Do you speak Open Science? Discover why you should!

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Do you speak Open Science? Discover why you should!

Time: October 26, 2017 from 3pm to 5pm
Country: Luxembourg
Street: Maison du Savoir, Belval campus
City/Town: Esch-sur-Alzette
Website or Map: http://openscience2017.uni.lu
Event Type: luxembourg, openaire, conference, livestream
Organized By: Jonathan England
Latest Activity: Oct 11

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Research is becoming progressively more open, transparent and accessible to society. Open Science is all about making publications free to access (Open Access), rendering data and code available to re-use and share (Open Data, Open Source) and changing towards more transparent and collaborative practices.

Do you speak Open Science? You might still be unsure what is in it for you! Why is it beneficial and how can it be implemented? What better way than hearing from successful fellow researchers who have built their career doing Open Science!      

Mark your calendar for Luxembourg’s first National OpenAIRE conference on 26 October 2017 and attend either physically at the Belval Campus (Esch-sur-Alzette) or online through our event live stream!

You will hear from Prof. Lennart Martens (Ghent University, Belgium) about the benefits of Open Science, while Prof. Conchita D'Ambrosio (University of Luxembourg) will give you insights on its link with society and how we may be "Open in order to … fight inequality". The talks will be followed by an opportunity to discuss, debate and social network around a standing buffet!

Full programme and registration (until 22/10/17): http://openscience2017.uni.lu

Feel free to contact the National Open Access Desk representative in Luxembourg (OpenAIRE) if you would like to get further information about the event: Jonathan England

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 This event is organised by the University of Luxembourg and OpenAIRE in partnership with FNR, LIH, LIST, LISER, MPI, LuxDoc and EURAXESS.

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