Researchers want to enhance their career prospects by publishing in well-regarded journals, building collaborative partnerships, acquiring funding, and creating innovative projects. It is still anongoing debate, whether aspects of Open Science such as Open Access, Open Data, and Public Engagement can provide this enhancement. Join the workshop at ESOF 2018.
The European Commission has pledged its support to improve accessibility and openness in science, but what does this mean for Research Funders? In this training session, organized by the ORION Open Science H2020 project, the concepts of Open Science will be explained and explored. This interactive workshop will allow participants...
Dr Luiza Bengtsson and Dr Emma A Harris from the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association (MDC) will be giving a series of brief talks from our colourful table in the 'Speed Dating' sessions about ORION Open Science Training answering questions.
The ORION MOOC for Open Science in the Life Sciences is now open to follow at anytime. The course is open for anyone interested in Open Science and consists of six modules covering different aspects of Open Science. Take the chance to become the next Orion Open Science Champion!
At the core of the ORION project is co-creation, which involves collaborating with different groups of people (public, policy, industry) to come up with new ideas to support and increase the impact of scientific research. Over the next two years the Babraham Institute, together with MDC in Germany, VA in Sweden, and CEITEC in the Czech Republic will launch a co-creation exercise on emerging technologies.
“The ORION Open Science project has helped CEITEC both internally to introduce new processes within our institute, and externally to lead the way to Open Science in Central and Eastern Europe” said Jiri Nantl, Director of CEITEC Masaryk University in his welcome speech at the ORION Open Science 2ndAnnual meeting which took place in Brno, Czech Republic on 6-7 May 2019. All ORION partners and associate partners gathered to share and exchange knowledge and experience from project activities such as: stakeholder dialogues on Open Science, Citizen Science projects, public engagement and trainings conducted during the first two years of the project.
The answer to this question is by incorporating different views in problem solving processes. This is precisely what we sought to explore during the ORION workshop on genome editing research at the Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF 2018) in July. With over 4,000 delegates, ESOF is the largest interdisciplinary science meeting in Europe and was the perfect place for this experiment, offering a unique opportunity for interaction and debate with scientists, innovators, policy makers, business people and citizens.