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On Thursday, the 26th of September 2019 at 9:30 AM EDT / 1:30 PM GMT Scholastica is hosting a free webinar, “Publishing OA Journals at a Scholarly Society or University.”Find out more »
The goal of the workshop is to give participants basic training in technologies that will allow them to build their own laboratory equipment, repair/calibrate existing ones and change their relation to the tools they use everyday in the laboratory.
This will be done using a project based learning approach where participants will build a FlyPi - an open source all in one biology lab that can be used for microscopy (optical and fluorescent), optogenetics, thermogenetics and behavioural tracking.Find out more »
Die Open-Access-Tage bilden die jährliche zentrale Plattform für die stetig wachsende Open-Access- und Open-Science-Community aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. Erwartet werden 350 Teilnehmer*innen hauptsächlich aus Bibliotheken, Forschungsinstituten und Fördereinrichtungen.Find out more »
For this 17th edition, under the theme ‘Open Source: Leading The Generation Shift’, participants will learn how Open Source technologies are transforming the world and witness the unprecedented growth of open source adoption across all industries.Find out more »
Open Education Policy Forum will this year take the form of a six-month policy incubation process, initiated by a two-day in-person workshop and ending during Open Education Week 2020. The workshop will take place on 7-8 October 2019 in Warsaw, Poland. We will be inviting a cohort of approximately twenty fellows to take part in this process. The process of policy incubation will begin during the event in October and continue for the next six months. During this period, each…Find out more »
We are pleased to announce that the Altmetrics Conference is returning for a 6th year, this time to the beautiful University of Stirling in Scotland on the 9th and 10th of October. The theme for this year is ‘Bridging Worlds’, with a focus on connecting communities, cultures and topics that stretch beyond altmetrics alone. Delegates from across the scholarly ecosystem are invited to come together to explore ideas, hear practical case studies and participate in engaging discussions on altmetrics, scholarly…Find out more »
The FORCE11 annual conference is a different kind of meeting, where stakeholders come together – or scrummage – for an open discussion, on an even playing field, to talk about changing the ways scholarly and scientific information is communicated, shared and used. Researchers, publishers, librarians, computer scientists, informaticians, funders, educators, citizens, and others attend the FORCE11 meeting with a view to supporting the realisation of promising new ideas and identifying new potential collaborators.Find out more »
This symposium brings together research scientists, data scientists, publishers, funders and other interested parties to review critically current publication practices in chemistry and related sciences. Scientific Program: Martin G. Hicks and Carsten Kettner / Beilstein-Institut See what's reported on Twitter: #BeilsteinOS2019 Topics of the 2019 Symposium This symposium addresses the interfaces between the laboratory and the new infrastructures currently being set up. Open Science aims to make research and development more effective by better supporting collaboration. The advantages of making…Find out more »
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of its campus, EPFL is organising a series of high-level events on the topics of Education, Research and Innovation. The Open Science Day will take place in Lausanne, Switzerland, on Friday 18 October 2019. Please find more information and registration on the event's website. It is a full-day event dedicated to the very important topic of open and reproducible science, with contributions from a group of world-class researchers and policy makers. We asked them to share…Find out more »
Science Hack Day SF 2019 will be our 10th and last event, so you probably want to try to make it to this one. We adore the community, people, and relationships that have grown from this event year after year, but we think for now at least, ten is a good number to rest on.Find out more »