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Never a better time for open science

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28 May 2021
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Open Science is not only beneficial for the scientific community or the researchers themselves. It can benefit society as a whole, including citizens, the public and private sectors. - © Unsplash Finn Hackshaw

There´s never been a better time to advocate for open science. The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare the reasons why it is crucial for knowledge to be transparent, reproducible, inclusive and openly available - as soon as possible.

Maria Bellantone

Maria Bellantone is a chemist with a PhD in materials science. She studied and worked in Italy, the UK and the Netherlands. After working in science publishing as editor and publisher of journals and books, she moved to Bolzano, where she works in the Research Development Office at Eurac Research.

Liise Lehtsalu

Liise Lehtsalu is a historian turned research support officer. Since 2015, she has been working in the Research Development Office in Eurac Research where her focus is on Open Science and Responsible Research and Innovation more broadly. She led the institutional open access policy development and currently focuses mainly on coordinating research data management and research ethics and integrity related efforts. Estonian-native, Lehtsalu landed in South Tyrol after years spent between Italy and the USA.

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https://doi.org/10.57708/b40857860
Bellantone, M., & Lehtsalu, L. Never a better time for open science. https://doi.org/10.57708/B40857860

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