Africa has lagged behind Europe and other parts of the world when it comes to making the most of e-infrastructures, which allow scientists to collaborate and share data. But things are changing as the availability of high-capacity internet networks increases across the continent.
Open Access and Open Scholarship have revolutionized the way scholarly artefacts are evaluated and published - OPENUP
Open Access and Open Scholarship have revolutionized the way scholarly artefacts are evaluated and published, while the introduction of new technologies and media in scientific workflows has changed the “how and to whom” science is communicated, and how stakeholders interact with the scientific community.
The MCAA, together with the FOSTER+, SeaCHANGE and COLUMBUS projects, organise an Open Science Clinique aiming at advising young researchers who work on ocean literacy, open science and knowledge transfer.
Open Letter of European Science Organisations: maintain transparency,open communication and mobility of scholars and scientists
We, as European organisations involved in science (which for us includes the social sciences and humanities), research, education and innovation, benefit from and wish to defend the open exchange of ideas and people, which constitutes the foundation of scientific endeavour.