The 5th Cross-SwafS Stakeholder Forum meeting was successfully completed! We had the opportunity to meet the representatives of other Swafs projects and share our most recent activities. Also, we had the pleasure of attending the HYBRIDA project’s presentation and discussing the ethical and research integrity-related challenges of organoid research. Looking forward to the next meeting!
The WCRI2022 is right around the corner! The ROSiE project is going to be presented at the conference with three very interesting presentations, those being the following:
The FAIR principles as a framework to identify, analyse and categorise misconduct and questionable research practices in open data sharing? (Prof. Søren Holm, UiO), P21.2
ROSiE project: Responsible Open Science in Europe ( Panagiotis Kavouras,Senior Researcher at NTUA ), VP19.
Developing responsible Open Science framework in Europe – a cultural-sensitive approach to introducing Research Ethics & Integrity to Open Science ( Mathieu Rochambeau, Researcher at OeAWI), PW5.3.
This week was a special time for the ROSiE project as we had the first in-person General Assembly meeting hosted in University of Oslo (on 09th and 10th May). The meeting was fruitful, providing an update on progress achieved in the past year, and setting out an efficient and reliable plan to meet the forthcoming Deliverables.
The 4rh Cross-SwafS Stakeholder Forum meeting for Responsible Open Science was held on April 7th! We are grateful to the participants that contributed to its success. Open Science experts and professionals currently participating in SwafS projects presented their most recent activities. Moreover, we had the opportunity to discuss on the topic of JoinUs4Health‘ s presentation ”RRI and meaningful co-creation in crowdsourcing methodologies”.
ROSiE is ready to participate in the 7th World Conference on Research Integrity (WCRI)! The conference will be held in Cape Town, South Africa, from 29 May – 1 June 2022. However, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it will take place using a hybrid model.
We are looking forward to sharing knowledge and experience with other researchers and professionals from various disciplines and organizations and tackling some of the most recent and crucial issues around the topic “Fostering Research Integrity in an Unequal World”.
ROSiE is confident and happy to show the current activities of the project and discuss the development of practical tools aimed at ensuring ethics and research integrity in open science and citizen science.
The 3rd Cross -SwafS Stakeholder Meeting for responsible Open Science was successfully held on February 3rd. Open Science experts and professionals currently participating in SwafS projects had the opportunity to interact and present their most recent activities. We are indebted to all for their participation and the exchange of interesting ideas.