The draw of the winners of the Open Research Award took place yesterday.
We received 18 eligible submissions presenting case studies from the humanities, medical and life sciences, social and behavioural sciences, material science and astronomy. Thank you all!Submitted entries (in total 26) were screened for eligibility by a jury composed of UG and UMCG staff members.
Three winners were randomly drawn by the organizers to win each 500 euros and present their case studies during the Celebrating Openness event on 28 October:
Congratulations! All eligible case studies will soon be published online.
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