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49% of French publications in open access

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The Open Science Monitor
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"Science is a common good, which we must share as widely as possible. The role of public authorities is to restore the initial function of science as a factor of collective enrichment."
Frédérique Vidal
Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation

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Watch  Le 07/10/2020
Knowledge Exchange (KE) is an original entity both prospective and pragmatic in its approach to Open Science, aka Open Scholarship in the organization’s language. KE includes six European organizations closely linked to operating, supporting or servicing higher education and research…
News from committee  Le 03/08/2020
UNESCO has launched a global consultation aimed at formulating a single Recommendation on Open Science and establish standards which will be recognized worldwide and can guide legal and policy frameworks at institutional and state levels. The French contribution stresses the…
News from committee  Le 06/07/2020
Five French Research Funding Agencies affirm their commitment to open science in a declaration signed on 29 June 2020. The National Research Agency (ANR), the National Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health Safety (Anses), the National Cancer Institute (INCa),…
News from committee  Le 27/05/2020
UNESCO is developing a recommendation on Open Science. The roadmap is available online. The European and International College of the Open Science Committee has been working on a background paper to help the scientific community respond to the survey. This…

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