December Newsletter

December Newsletter

Thank you for a great year of open science! The first year of student-projects has come to an end. We have tested different ways of approaching the project-designs, we have discussed our visions for open science and now we are ready to take Open Science o the next...
Where do we go from here?

Where do we go from here?

Open Science Visions from different perspectives Open Science is a very diverse collaboration. We have all entered for unique reasons and we all expect different results. These reasons and goals may even change as we go. Thus it is very important that we take the time...
Funding Open Science in the future

Funding Open Science in the future

  Stine Kristensen is the project manager of Open Science, her first semester is ending, and so are some of the open science projects of fall 2017. This means new projects as well as continuing some projects. At the Open Science symposium, Stine gave an update on the...
Open Science is better science

Open Science is better science

Have you ever considered why we do open science? Is it because it is open and will allow everyone access to the knowledge? Or maybe because you believe, that open science is better science? At the first Open Science festival, Courtney Sodeberg from the Center of Open...
Why do we do Open Science?

Why do we do Open Science?

At the festival in June 2017 we were introduced to the thoughts and ideas behind SPOMAN Open Science. Prof. Kim Daasbjerg gave us the university version of Open Science and Susie-Ann Spiegelhauer from SP group represented the company part of the collaboration. The two...