Open science refers to the movement towards making scientific research, data, and publications accessible to anyone, regardless of their institutional or financial affiliation.
The objective of open science is to make scientific research more transparent, reproducible, and collaborative by promoting the sharing of research data, findings.
It includes a range of practices, such as open access publishing, pre-registration of study designs, sharing of research data, and collaborative research.
The goals of open science are to increase the transparency and reproducibility of research, facilitate collaboration among researchers, and accelerate the pace of scientific discovery.
Open science is increasingly recognized as an important aspect of modern scientific research, and many funding agencies, publishers, and academic institutions are adopting policies and practices to promote openness and transparency in research.« Back to Glossary Index