A new European policy for Open Science

« It was almost one year ago – in preparation for the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union – when France proposed to discuss new Competitiveness Council conclusions related to open science and reform of the assessment system, in line with its national open science policy. This Council brings together ministers responsible for trade, economy, industry, research and innovation and space from all the EU member states.

The policy outlines important ambitions to reform research assessment in Europe and to improve and accelerate Open Science academic publishing and scholarly communication policy and practice, including access to multilingual research output. (…) »

source > conosc.org, Vanessa Proudman, 27 juin 2022