How can science communication and public engagement enable the development towards Open Science? That is the theme for a session on 17 May, during the Open Science – from Policy to Practice conference. Other sessions address how museums and science centres can engage their visitors with research, and how dialogue between researchers and policy makers can increase. Welcome to join the event in Stockholm or online.
The two-day conference programme consists of several sessions with some 40 international speakers who will highlight different aspects of Open Science. Join policy makers, researchers and other stakeholders from across Europe to discuss ways to embed and transfer Open Science policies into practice.
16 May: Implementing Open Science – from policy to national level (at the National Library of Sweden)
17 May: Embedding Open Science in society – from policy to practice (at the Swedish Museum of Natural History)
Welcome to register free of charge via this link. Pick and choose the sessions interesting to you. Please note that seats are limited day one and that some sessions are almost fully booked. The conference will also be livestreamed at https://oppenvetenskap.se/
The event is associated with the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the European Union, and is organised by the National Library of Sweden, the Swedish Museum of Natural History and the Swedish Research Council. Co-organisers are the Association of Swedish Higher Education Institutions, the European Commission Joint Research Centre, The European Network of Science Centres and Museums (Ecsite), EuroScience, the Swedish National Commission for UNESCO, the Swedish Science Centres, Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre, Young Academy of Sweden, and VA (Public & Science)
The conference has received support from Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.