In the current discussion on the new EU budget for the years 2021-2027, the European Commission had originally planned a slight increase in the overall budget and a more modern thematic distribution of funds; among other things, the new EU research framework programme “Horizon Europe” was planned to be endowed with 100 billion euros in […]
Responding to Daniel Hook’s post, The Open Tide – How openness in research and communication is becoming the default setting, Daniel Spichtinger argues that there remains much work to be done in order for open research practices to become the “new normal”. Highlighting unresolved issues around learned societies and the globalisation of open research policies, […]
I often get the question “which form of open access is the best” as part of my trainings. The short answer: there is no one size fits all solution. In this short post I provide an overview of different forms of open access and then provide some guidance for researchers to help them choose the […]
Governments won’t stand up for the programme unless researchers make them! Full article available at Research Europe (open access): https://www.researchprofessionalnews.com/rr-news-europe-views-of-europe-2019-12-horizon-europe-needs-you/
Click here to access my Policy Brief on Horizon Europe for the Austrian Association for European Policies.
Click here to access my Policy Brief on Horizon Europe for the Austrian Association for European Policies (German version).
“The EU needs stronger regulation and more funding for open research data – the FAIR principles alone are not enough”. Read my article in Research Europe here