Science has to be accessible to everyone, from the scientists working every day in the lab doing experiments or coding new methods and analyses, to the citizens who will benefit from the new advances. Scientific research should be open to everyone. Open Science benefits society as a whole and it makes us trust in the scientific method.
The life cycle of Open Science encompasses all steps of scientific research: from hypothesis generation, to literature review, to data collection, to data analyses and finally to publication of results.
During this one-day conference, we would like to bring to the limelight some of these life cycle steps with special emphasis on collaborative platforms and tools that can be used to do open science.
Our speakers will include representatives from F1000Research, Figshare, HackyourPhD, Brainhack, IBM Research, Center for Open Science, European Open Science Cloud pilot, Sage Bionetworks and Mozilla.
Registration for the Open Science Day will open on Friday 13th October! This event is open to Institut Pasteur Members (Institut Pasteur ticket) and the General public (General access ticket)
See more information here: https://mzl.la/WOW-Paris