Retro- and Prospectives on Open Science

Published on June 22, 2017

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Interview with Ian Bruno, Stuart Chalk, Martin Hicks, Carsten Kettner, Leah McEwen,
recorded at the  BEILSTEIN OPEN SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM (22 – 24 May 2017).

Open Access, Open Data, Open Science, Data Sharing and Big Data are examples of buzz words that are used to describe the new opportunities and demands for sharing and reusing the results of scientific research. This symposium brought together research scientists, data scientists, publishers, funders and other interested parties to review critically current publication practices in chemistry and related sciences.

Please have a look at our other videos with some speakers and their standpoints on Open Science:

Challenges for Scientific Databases
Frédérique Lisacek: Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Geneva, Switzerland

The Open Source Chemistry Lab
Matthew Todd: The University of Sydney, Australia

Making Open Science Sustainable for Chemistry
Ian Bruno: Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre, Cambridge, UK

Transfer of Metadata from the Bench to Databases
Henry Rzepa: Imperial College London, UK

Uncertainties in Chemistry
Jeremy G. Frey: University of Southampton, UK

Fly-by-Wire Chemistry
Lee Cronin: University of Glasgow, UK

The European Open Science Cloud
Klaus Tochtermann: Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Kiel, Germany

Libraries in Transformation
Leah McEwen:  Cornell University, Ithaca, USA

 

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