by sarah.jones • • Comments Off on All the fun of the FAIR: FAIR WG inaugural meeting held
Re-posted from the EOSCSecretariat website
Thursday, 4 July was the inaugural meeting of the EOSC FAIR Working Group. We have 26 members representing 20 different Member States and Associated Countries and a remit which covers FAIR practice, a …
by Blog Admin • • Comments Off on Open science is all very well but how do you make it FAIR in practice?
Open science is about increasing the reuse of research, and making sure that publicly funded research is accessible to all. Key to achieving this is adhering to FAIR principles: ensuring the findings and data behind research results are findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable. Rachel Bruce and Bas Cordewener share findings from a recent report which takes stock of how far […]
by Blog Admin • • Comments Off on Metrics, recognition, and rewards: it’s time to incentivise the behaviours that are good for research and researchers
Researchers have repeatedly voiced their dissatisfaction with how the journals they publish in are used as a proxy for the evaluation of their work. However, those who wish to break free of this model fear negative consequences for their future funding and careers. Rebecca Lawrence emphasises the importance of addressing researchers’ recognition and reward structures, arguing it is time to […]