Event

Nordic Open Science Conference

How far have the Nordic countries reached when it comes to addressing open science? What incentives and rewards are needed to engage scientists to openly share their research? And how do we involve other parts of society more closely in research? These were a few of the questions being discussed during the Nordic Open Science Conference 15-16 November 2018.

Date

15 - 16 November 2018

Organisers

The Swedish Research Council in collaboration with NordForsk and the National Library of Sweden

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The general purpose of the conference was to provide an opportunity for researchers, policymakers, universities, research councils and other active organisations from the Nordic countries to meet and exchange experiences and ideas relating to open science.

The conference was organised in conjunction with Sweden's Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers in order to strengthen Nordic collaboration within this area. The conference was held in English.

Download JC Burgelmans presentationPowerpoint (powerpoint, 1.4 MB) 

Interview with Ola Rosling, President and Co-founder of Gapminder Foundation

Interview with Curt Rice, President, Oslo Metropolitan University

Recording from the conference sessions

PUBLISHED ON 23 November 2018

UPDATED ON 23 November 2018

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Contact

Project manager

Helena Bornholm

helena.bornholm@vr.se

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