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The European Union has adopted Open Science as the official framework for research in higher education (EU Open Science Policy). It is believed that Open Science will lead to research that is:
NTU fully endorses the principles of open access and expects faculty, staff and higher degree students by research to make their research publications and theses open access (Open Access Policy). In addition, the University requires final research data to be made available at the institutional data repository, DR-NTU (Data), and/or an external open access data repository (Research Data Policy).
Moreover, there are various other channels or tools with which the research community can engage in Open Science at various stages of the research lifecycle.
Kramer, Bianca, & Bosman, Jeroen. (2018, January). Rainbow of open science practices. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1147025
Open Science: Michael Nielsen at TEDxWaterloo
Listen to Michael Nielsen, one of the pioneers of quantum computation, on his take on open science collaboration - why some flourished and others fizzled out, as well as his aspirations for the open science community.
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