The 4th NUCLEUS Conference will present the results from nearly three years of case studies and RRI test-beds designed to apply stakeholder-related approaches of Responsible Research and Innovation in real contexts. Meet the ORION Team at the conference in Valletta.
CEITEC is hosting a national stakeholder workshop on 25 September in Prague to share and discuss the results of the ORION Public Attitudes survey. The aim with the event is to gather and put forward recommendations for national priorities on Open Science and suggest steps to implement a national Open Science agenda in Czechia.
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...
Which characteristics of the Open Science movement can be improved or expanded on in order to make it the perfect partner for the Citizen Science movement and an ally for common cause? Welcome to find out in our interactive workshop at the ECSA conference in Geneva.
Read an article about this event here . Luiza Bengtsson and Emma Harris have been accepted to do a meet-up session at Re:publica a large digital culture conference (9,000 attendees last year). ‘Doctor, Doctor, Where is my Digital Diagnosis?’ will be a collaboration with Prof. Uwe Ohler, a Systems Biologist...
Open Science workshop for university students
The Czech partner JCMM held a workshop on Open Science for university students on 29th November. The aim of the workshop was to acquaint interested students with the ORION project, the principles for Open Science and the new call for Open Science projects which was recently launched by JCMM. The event was hosted by the Brno Urban Centre and attended by potential applicants from almost all eligible Brno universities.
Step-by-Step: ORION Workshop Trains Funders in Open Science
One frequent argument that is made by researchers and Open Science advocates alike is that changes to the scientific process need to come from where the rewards are: funding. However, any shifts in how funding applications are assessed and what types of research practices are rewarded are unlikely to happen...