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Biological Sciences: Open Science

What is Open Science?

Open science is a growing movement to increase transparency of research and make research methods, data, and publications accessible to all people free of charge. Open science best practices include: 



Some of the benefits of open science include higher reproducibility of research findings and improving public confidence in science. Here, we will provide resources for making your science more open and exploring emerging trends in open science.

Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, and Neuroscience Librarian

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Melanie Gainey
Mellon Library
4th Floor Mellon Institute