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The Value of Open Science

Workshop to explore trajectories of emerging science and open innovation

An Egenis, the Centre for the Study of Life Sciences workshop
Date12 - 13 December 2013
Time14:00 to 14:00
PlaceByrne House

This workshop brings together biologists, social scientists and philosophers to explore the challenges and opportunities presented by the recent RCUK policy on Open Access. We will discuss the impact of Open Access mandates on scientific practice and the ways in which they foster research and innovation, particularly in the fields of systems and synthetic biology.

ProviderEgenis, the Centre for the Study of Life Sciences
Speaker(s)Including: Brian Balmer (UCL), Laura Clarke (EBI), John Dupré (Egenis), Jean-Paul Gaudillière (Cermes3, Paris), Sabina Leonelli (Egenis), Javier Lezaun (Oxford), Ian Overton (Edinburgh), Barbara Prainsack (KCL), Dagmara Weckowska (Edinburgh)
Registration informationAttendance to this workshop is free, thanks to the generous sponsorship of the ESRC; please book your place as soon as possible by email to egenis@exeter.ac.uk quoting ‘The value of Open Science’ in the subject box.
Value_of_Science_Workshop_programme.pdfWorkshop programme (64K)

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