Beilstein Open Science Symposium 2020 - online
27 Oct 2020 @ 03:00pm - 28 Oct 2020 @ 06:00pm
This symposium will bring together information and data scientists, laboratory research scientists, publishers, funders and other interested parties to review critically their needs and concerns and discuss how they see the future of Open Science developing.
Open Science is aimed at improving the efficiency, quality and speed of scientific research through open and collaborative ways of sharing and communicating knowledge and data. Whether we are addressing specific global challenges such as medicines, sustainable energy generation and storage, food, better and cleaner water supplies, or more general ones such as global warming, we need to develop solutions at a faster pace than has been done up to now.
This symposium will address topics such as: “standards for data reporting”, “meta-data and data exchange formats”, “(re)use and exchange of data”, “incentives for data sharing and deposition”, "reproducibility and statistical pitfalls".