83% of European Commission's H2020 programme scientific publications are openly accessible
The European Commission has just released a new study that sheds light on the existing open access policy, investigating which aspects of this policy under Horizon 2020 are successful or need further improvements and explores ways to optimize its internal monitoring platform. With a steady increase over the years and an average success rate of 83% open access to scientific publications, the European Commission is at the forefront of research and innovation funders. The report was carried out by Athena Research & Innovation Center, a long time partner of OpenAIRE, PPMI consulting, and the University of Maastricht (UNU-MERIT) who used open data sources aggregated in OpenAIRE's Research Graph and open source tools from OpenAIRE MONITOR service.
A crucial event that preceded (and delayed!) this latest COCI release was Elsevier’s endorsement in the DORA Declaration on Research Assessmentin December 2020, thereby making reference lists for all articles published in Elsevier journals openly available via Crossref so they can be available for reuse.
Amnesia in Public Authorities Data Workflows for immediate anonymization with guarantees
Data from the public sector and citizens are collected and analysed in an ICT infrastructure realized for the needs of the DECIDO H2020 project, in 4 main pilot areas in different countries across the EU.
Collaboration between DECIDO and Amnesia tool led to an integration that ensures immediate anonymization of data produced by the project. With two integration options utilized (local and over NAS), the next steps will expand on dockerization processes to leverage Amnesia with and without UIs.
The EOSC Future project has set out to develop the EOSC Core, the kernel of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). To make it practical and useful to all researchers, it is crucial for the implementors to understand day-to-day work culture and habits of current and potential users.
The first EOSC User Survey is now open, and is waiting for your input. This is your chance to be an influencer ...in EOSC.
OpenAIRE is proud to be a key partner in the project bringing the open scholarly communication and open science in the center.
French National OpenAIRE Workshop: the new era of OpenAIRE
On Friday 2nd July 2021, COUPERIN, our French National OA Desk organized a half-day event to present to 260 attendants from the French scientific community the advancements of the OpenAIRE organization, as well as inform them about its core Open Science services.
OpenAIRE and the European University of Technology (EUt+) have announced a new cooperation to improve the integration and discoverability of research results from the 8 universities in the alliance. With open science in the core.
Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) are the backbone of the academic reference and metrics system. If you’re a researcher writing software, this guide will show you how to make the work you share on GitHub citable by archiving one of your GitHub repositories and assigning a DOI with the data archiving tool Zenodo.