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The Curvenote team attended FORCE11’s 2021 Annual Conference. We were proudly able to be a Gold Sponsor for this year’s free virtual gathering focused on the advancement of research communication. Here we highlight some of the pieces that stood out to us!
Open science is fundamentally changing how scientists and researchers approach scholarly communication and collaboration. To better understand how Curvenote can help in the transition towards open science, we talked with Dr. Jiajia Sun, current Assistant Professor of Geophysics at the University of Houston, about his experiences with open science, open-source programming, and open-educational resources.
We continue our conversation with Dr. Jiajia Sun on how open science is fundamentally changing how scientists and researchers approach scholarly communication and collaboration. In the Part 2 of our discussion, we focus on how open science can accelerate and increase research impact, the possible challenges of open science, and how Curvenote is helping researchers throughout their open-science journeys.