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The Committee for Open Science ensures the implementation of the National Open Science Policy.
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On July 8th 2022, French Minister of Higher Education and Research Sylvie Retailleau inaugurated Recherche Data Gouv, an ecosystem for sharing and opening research data. An ecosystem to promote the potential of…
News from the Committee Le 08/07/2022
On July 8th 2022, French Minister of Higher Education and Research Sylvie Retailleau inaugurated Recherche Data Gouv, an ecosystem for sharing and opening research data. An ecosystem to promote the potential of research data Despite their high potential for knowledge…
The National Fund for Open Science Le 24/06/2022
The French National Open Science Fund is contributing to the “Supporting Ukrainian Editorial Staff” campaign to preserve scientific publishing capacity in Ukraine. ‘Supporting Ukrainian Editorial Staff‘ (SUES) is a fundraising campaign to support Ukrainian scientific publishing. Over 1000 academic journals…
Watch Le 06/05/2022
Are you confused by all the ‘alternative’ scholarly publishing platforms that have emerged over recent years? A Knowledge Exchange working group has examined this issue and has produced a framework document that should guide the work of the coming months.…
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