The values of open science in terms of accessibility, research scrutiny, and data transparency are important ethical values that all scientists should aspire to achieve.
But how open can and should research be?
How is it affecting emerging power relations between academia, business and government within which knowledge is produced and consumed?
Join this SEA-EU lecture delivered by Dr Ritienne Gauci on Wednesday 27 April at 10:00 am to participate in the current discussion about open science in its different facets by providing a broad overview – from open access over the FAIR data principles, open data generation, challenges for early career researchers and underfunded institutions to its relevance for citizen science.
If you are interested in joining this video event, please click here.