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Symposium Open Science research practices

10 July 2019

Join our symposium on open science research practices, such as pre-registration, replication studies and reuse of research data, on 22 October.

Keynote speakers will be Dr Rachael Ainsworth, Research Associate in astrophysics at the University of Manchester and Open Science Champion for the Interferometry Centre of Excellence, and Dr Anita Eerland, assistant professor of Language and Communication at Utrecht University and co-founder of the Open Science Community Utrecht.

©RUG, photo: Sylvia Germes
©RUG, photo: Sylvia Germes
Preliminary programme

13.30 - Registration, coffee
14.00 - Opening
14.05 - Keynotes
15.45 - Coffee break
16.00 - Presentations by early career researchers
17.00 - Reception, drinks
18.00 - End

Detailed information about the programme will follow soon.

More information
  • If you wish to attend the conference (with or without contribution), please register.
  • 22 October 2019
  • Van Swinderen Huys, Groningen
Last modified:13 January 2020 11.34 a.m.

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