Digital frukost: Critical reflection on open life science – then, now, future

Open science holds the promise for more accessible and responsible research and innovation. But the ambition is not without challenges. During this breakfast, we discuss the past, present and future status of Open Science.  

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Register (Link to the meeting will be sent the evening before)

The event will be streamed, but this time we also welcome you to join a physical breakfast during the presentation at CBU, UiB. We kindly ask that you indicate your attendance in the registration form, and let us know if you are unable to make it so that we can just the serving accordingly. 

Deadline for registration: 27 October (28 October for joining digitally).

 

Digital Life Norway in collaboration with Norwegian AI Research Consortium (NORA), takes the Open Access Week (October 25-31) as an occasion to critically reflect on Open Science in the Life Sciences as a whole. Starting from a historical perspective we will be discussing the past, current and future status of Open Science in the Life Sciences and its implications on Research, Innovation and Society.

The speakers, Inge Jonassen, Korbinian Bösl and Jenny Ostrop, have a wide experience in the field of Open Science. From their different perspectives as informatics Professor, data management coordinator, and academic librarian, they bring together different experiences and viewpoints on Open Science. From an aspect of responsible research and innovation (RRI), Anders Braarud Hanssen will also be joining the discussion virtually.  

About the seminar series

"Digital Frukost" is an open breakfast seminar series focusing on research activities at the interface between the biological sciences and that of mathematics, computer science, physics, engineering or social sciences. Examples of such research activities could be mathematical or computational modeling of biological systems, application of engineering/control systems theory on biological systems or inspired by biological systems, application of mathematics/statistics/machine learning to analyse big data in health or marine sector; from sensor systems, imaging, omics technologies, to policy making based on scientific models, and highlighting fair sharing and distribution of research data and resources. 

This breakfast is co-organized with the Norwegian AI Research Consortium (NORA).

 

We look forward to your participation!

Contact

Marta Eide, marta.eide@uib.no

Published Sep. 30, 2021 3:28 PM - Last modified Oct. 1, 2021 11:42 AM