In Part 2 of the episode on communicating animal research we bring you excerpts from an EARA event at the MDC at which scientists and science communicators discussed their views on how and why animal research should be communicated more openly.
Full talks: Improving openness in animal research in Germany – watch the videos
'Only if scientists openly discuss animal research we can reach our goal: a consensus that the majority of society can support. We need to defend the middle ground'
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Process Not Product: How the Open Life Science Mentoring Program Creates Open Science Ambassadors
Sprint for your eLife! How the eLife Innovation Sprint Helps Drive Forward Open Science Projects
A Transformative Edge: How Transformative Learning Can Benefit Open Science
The COVID Transmission: How Scientists and Science Journalists Are Communicating During the Pandemic
Unblocking Breakthroughs: How DEIP Are Using Blockchain and Open Science to Provide Innovation Evaluation
A Slice of the Research Cake: The Impact of Open Science in Africa
Know Your Research Rights: The Legal Perspective on Copyright and Open Science
The Utopian Model: How The Neuro Has Become An Open Science Institution
Viral Validation: How the New Journal 'Rapid Reviews: COVID-19' Accelerates Peer Review and Publishing
The Corona Connection: How LabHive and Open Science is Helping Scientists Solve COVID-19
Stemming the Fake Flow: How Unistem Day Reveals the Importance of Science Communication to Students
Licence to share: how Creative Commons brought clarity to the digital rights and enabled fair content reuse across the web.
An Inventive Step: Shobita Parthasarathy on the Role of Patents and Innovation in Science
A New Normal: How the Center for Open Science is Changing How Science is Done
Together Works Better: How Sage Bionetworks Use A Collective Approach To Data
Hindsight is 2020: Reviewing How the ORION Project Impacted Open Science
Life Sciences in the Fast Lane: Dan Qunitana on Rapid Feedback, Tweeting, and Time Management
Are We Doing Good? Discussing Open Science and Scientific Practice at the Doing Good Conference
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