Jisc futures: our ‘painfully slow’ progress towards the goal of open science

« Tony Hey charts the progress of the US and UK Open Science movement
(…) Nobel laureate Ken Wilson called computation the “third paradigm” of scientific research, where computational science does not replace the paradigms of theory and experiment but requires scientists to learn new and different skills. These include knowledge of numerical methods, computer algorithms, programming languages and parallel computer architectures.

source > timeshighereducation.com,Tony Hey, 24 juillet 2017