The Future of Science is Open

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Sep 18, 2017

Released under a CC0 Public Domain Dedication

While open sharing of scientific tools, data and findings is morally and strategically good for science, it is also strategically good for countries where resources are constrained. Being able to reuse tools and data makes economic sense, and building upon existing work accelerates the development of a world-class scientific community and of scientific knowledge itself. Start presentation.

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