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34 experts in Europe to cater for your open science needs
Open Access and open science solutions differ from country to country, from discipline to discipline. Our National Open Access Desks know the local scene and can help you on any issues related to open science.
OpenAIRE input on UNESCO’s open science consultation
Scholarly Diversity - Skills and Training - Collaboration at a global level are the success points of Open Science. Read on to find out more about OpenAIRE's response to the consultation on open science launched by UNESCO.
In response to the global COVID-19 crisis, the European Commission has issued an update of the existing open science guidelines for Horizon 2020 grant recipients on 8th April 2020. Additionally, on April 20th the EC has launched a European COVID-19 Data Platform to enable the rapid collection and sharing of available research data.
OpenAIRE currently develops a service to serve as a single point of entry for research results (publications-data-software) and other useful resources for the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and SARS-CoV-2. It will be linked to Zenodo COVID-19 community as well as many other EU and global initiatives and will address different scientfic domains.