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OSR124 Open Science Center at LMU Munich [EN]

Over the last couple of years, a number of people at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich have relentlessly (in a good way) been pushing open science efforts. Be it in the form of incorporating open science badges, signing open initiatives, or the foundation of an Open Science Committee at LMU, there has been a lot of activity in a very desireable direction.

These activities have finally led to an even more manifest joint effort, the foundation of the Open Science Center at LMU. We had the great pleasure to talk to Anne-Laure Boulesteix and Felix Schönbrodt about how the foundation came about, its self-conception, its mission and the services it can offer to researchers at the LMU and maybe even beyond.


OSR041 Ignition Talk by Felix Schönbrodt: Putting Open Science into Practice #s20bar [EN]

Felix Schönbrodt of LMU Munich just gave an ignition talk at the Barcamp Science 2.0 to stimulate some ideas and ground for debate during the rest of the day.

Putting Open Science into practice: Simple but powerful steps for researchers, universities, and journals
Even if I embrace the values of research transparency – where should I begin? How can I move my institution a little towards openness? This short talk highlights some recent developments and practical examples that enable researchers and institutions to put Open Science into practice.

We took the opportunity after his talk to have a little chat.