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The Committee for Open Science ensures the implementation of the National Open Science Policy.
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The call for projects is open until February 22, 2023. It benefits from a co-funding from the French National Research Agency on projects that fall under the diamond publishing model. The call…

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The Mettre en œuvre la stratégie de non-cession des droits sur les publications scientifiques a tool for researchers is now also available in English : Implementing the rights retention strategy for scientific publications. The rights retention strategy is part of France’s…
News from the Committee  Le 04/11/2022
In February 2022, the Committee for Open Science created the Source Codes and Softwares College from the “Free and Open Source Software” group, acknowledging the consideration of software at the same level as publications and data, to which it is…
illustration Research software as a pillar of open science
Science Europe has published a policy paper called “Open Science As Part of a Well-Functioning Research System” which presents three commitments to enable open science to progress further in Europe and worldwide. Science Europe uses its members’ policies and achievements…
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