Early career researchers want Open Science

Andrea Farnham, Christoph Kurz, Mehmet Ali Öztürk, Monica Solbiati, Oona Myllyntaus, Jordy Meekes, Tra My Pham, Clara Paz, Magda Langiewicz, Sophie Andrews, Liisa Kanninen, Chantal Agbemabiese, Arzu Tugce Guler, Jeffrey Durieux, Sarah Jasim, Olivia Viessmann, Stefano Frattini, Danagul Yembergenova, Carla Marin Benito, Marion PorteAnaïs Grangeray-Vilmint, Rafael Prieto Curiel, Carin Rehncrona, Tareq Malas, Flavia Esposito, Kristina Hettne

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Abstract

Open Science is encouraged by the European Union and many other political and scientific institutions. However, scientific practice is proving slow to change. We propose, as early career researchers, that it is our task to change scientific research into open scientific research and commit to Open Science principles.

Original languageEnglish
Article number221
JournalGenome Biology
Volume18
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 15 2017
Externally publishedYes

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ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
  • Genetics
  • Cell Biology

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Farnham, A., Kurz, C., Öztürk, M. A., Solbiati, M., Myllyntaus, O., Meekes, J., Pham, T. M., Paz, C., Langiewicz, M., Andrews, S., Kanninen, L., Agbemabiese, C., Guler, A. T., Durieux, J., Jasim, S., Viessmann, O., Frattini, S., Yembergenova, D., Benito, C. M., ... Hettne, K. (2017). Early career researchers want Open Science. Genome Biology, 18(1), [221]. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13059-017-1351-7