• 35th EFFoST International Conference 2021 | Healthy individuals, resilient communities, and global food security

    Open Science Taster | FNS-Cloud workshop
    3rd November 2021, 16:20 CET

    This workshop introduced the pillars of Open Science, while focusing on open data and open access publishing for food and nutrition scientists. It was lead by: Katherine Flynn (ISEKI-Food Association, AT) and Edward Sliwinski (EFFoST, NL). 
  • Topics included: (i) why open science is important, (ii) components making up open science, (iii) how research can be made more open and FAIR, (iv) practical advantages of open science for scientific careers, funding opportunities, and society, and (v) EOSC and the FNS-Cloud activities.

    All participants agreed their basic knowledge about open science was satisfactory after the workshop; before the workshop only one participant claimed satisfactory understanding open science. The strong interactive character of the workshop was highly appreciated with participants saying, “role play and debate“, “discussions and roundtables” and “interactive sessions” were their favourite parts. Nine delegates attended the workshop, seven of whom completed the evaluation and earned FNS-Cloud certification

    We are now preparing for the 2022 workshops, starting at the EuroFIR Food Forum (06.04.2022) in Brussels (BE).

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