Supporting An Open Research Ecosystem

The issues that surround the reproducibility of research are well understood. And the research article may lie at the heart of the problem as it does not provide adequate access to the data, the computational code and the methods that underlay the research itself.

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The ability for the research community to do its work and share it as it happens and, moreover, to be assured that its work can be found and accessed, re-used and reproduced in an unfettered way is of critical, life-saving importance. If and only if we have an open infrastructure unimpeded by closed platforms or systems can we deliver on the opportunity to truly promote and advance research. Read the full article here.

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Tamir Borensztajn

Vice President SaaS & Open Strategy, EBSCO Information Services