Open Science concepts and tools have the potential to transform the current scientific system for the greater good of all, but what does it mean for you? How can you and your work benefit from the Open Science movement?
This lunchtime seminar at the Brain Tumor meeting in Berlin on 23 May will establish what Open Science is and why it is needed. There will be an overview of the main areas of Open Science: Open Access, Open Data, Public Engagement. In addition, there will be some practical tips on changes researchers can make towards Open Science, the potential career benefits of Open Science, and information on what resources the ORION project can provide. The session is suitable for those with very little or basic knowledge of open science.
The workshop is free-of-charge, please register via this link: https://goo.gl/forms/hJriioBiEaI3zc5J2
Dr. Luiza Bengtsson, Public Engagement and Knowledge Exchange Officer, MDC
WP4 Leader for Training in ORION
Dr Emma Harris, Project Manager, Communications Department, MDC
WP4 Training Developer for ORION
For more information on Open Science trainings and materials please see the training section.