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How can national e-infrastructures collaborate and contribute to the successful implementation of EOSC?   

OpenAIRE participated in the EOSC Policy Event on May 4,2022 in Stasbourg. Key actors participated in high level discusssions, reafirming the needs and the commitments to make EOSC a success. Read our reflections on the event.

Few would deny that peer review, as currently practiced, has its drawbacks. It is slow, unaccountable, wasteful of resources, and lacking in incentives yet it is an essential part of the scientific process. A variety of initiatives have set up experiments with different forms of Open Peer Review (OPR) making the process faster and less opaque. But what does it entail and how can it provide better scientific publications? To explore the possibilities of OPR a workshop on“Open Peer Review: Models, Benefits and Limitations”, was held by OpenAIRE in conjunction with The International Conference on Electronic Publishing (Elpub) in Göttingen, June 2016.