Friday 4th October, 2013
11:00am to 11:00am
Despite the dazzling development of the open access movement, open data initiatives in science and research are still trailing in involvement. Additionally, disparities in research data sharing and openness are huge across scientific communities and domains. Last but not least, formats and licensing terms greatly vary even within specific field. This talk will wrap-up current initiatives and achievements prior to highlighting the challenges ahead in front of a wide number of stakeholders. The middle-term goal is to bootstrap connections converging to a true institutional change that leads to more participative, shareable and transparent science: the science of tomorrow.
Founder, RS Strategy
Rayna Stamboliyska holds a PhD in Genetics and Bioinformatics. She's currently a research fellow at the Center for Research and Interdisplinarity (Paris Descartes University). Her main project revolves around innovative approaches for knowledge transmission, knowledge technologies and hacking for kids. Additionally, Rayna is a board member of the Open Knowledge Foundation France and founder of its workgroup “Open & Citizen Science”. Last but not least, Rayna is the founder of RS Strategy, which advises decision-makers and enthusiasts on knowledge technologies, Open Access, ICT for development and transparency, in Africa and the Middle East
11am Open Data Love in Science by Rayna Stamboliyska
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