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The French Committee for Open Science ensures the implementation of the National Open Science Policy.
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The Source code and software and Join the debate booklets are now available. These two booklets are an extension of the Passport to Open Science. They are part of a collection, which…
News from the Committee Le 04/10/2023
The Committee for Open Science’s Research Data College has published a report presenting its 15 recommendations for researchers who want to launch a participatory research project. The report highlights a number of points requiring attention and also suggests possible methodological…
News from the Committee Le 22/06/2023
The project The socioeconomics of scientific publication of the French Committee for Open Science has published a study on Diamond open access journals business models. The aim of this study is to test the feasibility, and also the desirability, of…
News from the Committee Le 21/06/2023
The French National Open Science Coordinator has addressed a letter to Michael Arentoft, head of Open Science and Research Infrastructures unit to support the Open Research Europe (ORE) initiative, welcome the recent independent report entitled Operationalising Open Research Europe as…
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Legal affairs expert group
Open scientific publishing expert group
The definition and recognition of data management and dissemination activities
An Open Science booklet for unit directors
The quality of health databases
Disciplinary resources for DoRANum
The latest resources
Council conclusions on high-quality, transparent, open, trustworthy and equitable scholarly publishing
Retrospective and prospective study of the evolution of APC costs and electronic subscriptions for French institutions
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