The future of open science is high on the agenda right now since the introduction of a new plan last week describing the future of open access in Europe. In this blog post, qBionano’s Mattias discusses these recent developments. Our previous 1-step guide on how to make your research freely (and legally) available may also be of interest.
The European Commission hosted a two-day event entirely dedicated to the MSCA community in Toulouse, France, this July. Mattias from qBionano was one of the invited speakers to the “How to Engage with Policy-Makers” session.
Photo: Part of the ESOF MCAA team with science communicator Mario.
Everybody seems to agree that “open science is a good idea,” but there are many aspects that need to be taken into account in terms of implementation. This panel, organized and hosted by MCAA members Maja Mise and Mattias Björnmalm, opened the discussion about the different aspects to open science and concrete strategies towards implementation.
All members of the MSCA community are invited to Toulouse, France this July to take part in a special event organized by the European Commission. qBionano’s Mattias is one of the invited speakers on the topic of “How to engage with policy makers”.
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