The University of Groningen Library and the Open Science Community Groningen organize the third edition of the annual Open Research Award. The award celebrates the many ways in which academics make their research more accessible, transparent or reproducible.
The call for submissions has been closed.
Submissions should reflect on the successful or challenging use of 'open' practices throughout the research cycle.
On 17 November the event 'Celebrating Openness' will take place. This year, it will be themed 'The role of open science in education and teaching' featuring a keynote by Dr Matt Coler .
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