Open Science as a Key Enabler of Development
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Keywords

European Commission (EC)
European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)
European Research Area (ERA)
European Union (EU)
Policy
Research and Innovation

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Karasz, I. (2022). Open Science as a Key Enabler of Development: Opportunity for Young Researchers and Widening Countries. GiLE Journal of Skills Development, 2(2), 88–91. https://doi.org/10.52398/gjsd.2022.v2.i2.pp88-91
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Abstract

The new European Research Area (ERA) policy paper with the Horizon Europe programme will change the continent’s Research and Innovation (R&I) ecosystems. With the support of several member states, decision-makers in European Institutions see Open Science as a key to a globally competitive European R&I system. Its success, however, also requires dedication from the national and local levels and a change in how researchers work. Interdisciplinary, collaborative approaches are becoming crucial in the new era of European research, while enhanced support and emphasis on connecting R&I leading and lagging countries can release new synergies. This article briefly introduces new tools and opportunities to help policymakers and young researchers increase their positive impact.

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