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Improving Research Culture and Integrity Through Open Science - Will Cawthorn (Keynote)

Join Will Cawthorn for the closing keynote as he explores tangible ways to cultivate a healthy research culture using the tools provided by Open Scientific practices.

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OLS capacity building in open science with a peer led global and diverse community - Sam Haynes

Join Sam Haynes as he introduces us to Open Life Science; a community-oriented non-profit organisation that promotes open, inclusive and equitable research. Sam discusses what capacity building in…

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Data Dashboards - David Perry

Join David Perry as he highlights the advantages of having access to data insights when conducting large scale citizen science 'direct to public' research projects. Large scale, complex…

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Teaching the best research data management practices to PhD students - Ishwar Kapoor

Join Ishwar Kapoor as he takes us on a tour of his experiences teaching good research data management practices to PhD students, the lessons he's learned, and the strategies he's employed. …

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Open science hardware for realising globally equitable knowledge production - Pen Yuan Hsing (Speaker), Brianna Johns

Join Pen Yuan Hsing (speaker) and Brianna Johns as they introduce us to Open Science Hardware, and the problems it solves. They offer successful examples of open science hardware projects that serve…

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Making Research FAIR (with PID Centric Workflows) - Xiaoli Chen

Join Xiaoli Chen from Datacite and Vaida Plankyte from Research Space as they introduce us to PID (Persistent Identifiers) Centric Workflows. She explains how in the Implementing FAIR Workflows…

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Combining Open and Financial Data for Targeted Policy Solutions - Mike Spencer

Join Mike Spencer from Smart Data Foundry as he introduces a case study of open data in action.

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Rights retention in action (impact of the UOE Research Publications Policy after 12 months) - Theo Andrew

Join Theo Andrew as he gives an update on the impact of the University of Edinburgh's "Right Retention Policy" after 12 months. You can find out more about the University's Rights…

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Data 4 Climate Action Edinburgh, (Lightning talk) - Pauline Ward

Join Pauline Ward as she discusses open research activity and opportunities opening up, with respect to climate action community groups across Edinburgh. Data 4 Climate Action Edinburgh is a…

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Creating a university wide resource for study design open science and data analysis (Lightning Talk) - Crispin Jordan

Join Crispin Jordan for his lightning talk, where he presents the new (and exciting) proposal for a broad scope, University wide centralised resource for training and best practice in study design,…

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Crafting open research advocacy messages using diffusion of innovation theory (Lightning Talk) - Lara Skelly & Cristina Rusu

Join Lara Skelly, Cristina Rusu (speaker), and Charlie the library cat for their lightning talk in which they draw parallels between the Open Research (OR) movement and traditional for-profit…

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Open Science in the wild (a view from the UCL Office for Open Science & Scholarship) - Kirsty Wallis (Keynote)

Join Kirsty Wallis (she/her), Head of Research Liaison at UCL, as she uses real-world case studies to explore where and how open research can address global challenges and make a difference in the…

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Research management in "Many Analysts" projects - Stefano Coretta

With the recent increase of large scientific collaborations in the form of "Many Analysts" projects, research project management has quickly moved from small/medium-scale coordination to…

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tidyqpcr - Sam Haynes

Software is intended to be a tool used to complete tasks efficiently. However, the intent is not always matched by the execution as users may become frustrated with design idiosyncrasies or…

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Two Initiatives Furthering Open Research - Rory MacNeil

This poster presents two initiatives furthering Open Research RSpace, is an electronic lab notebook cum research data management engine that underpins an ecosystem of connected tools enabling Open…

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Collaborative learning of new information in older age: a systematic review - Kelly Wolfe

Introduction. Aging is accompanied by a multitude of changes in cognitive abilities such as processing speed and memory, which in turn affect learning. Learning collaboratively may benefit older…

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