In a nutshell: The four peer review stages in RIO explained

  • 04/10/2016
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    Having received a number of requests to further clarify our peer review process, we hereby provide a concise summary of the four author- and journal-organised peer review stages applicable to all research article publications submitted to RIO.    Stage 1: Author-organised pre-submission review Optional. This review process can take place in the ARPHA Writing Tool […]

    Guiding EU researchers along the ‘last mile’ to Open Digital Science

  • 20/07/2016
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    Striving to address societal challenges in sectors including Health, Energy and the Environment, the European Union is developing the European Open Science Cloud, a complete socio-technical environment, including robust e-infrastructures capable of providing data and computational solutions where publicly funded research data are Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Re-usable (FAIR). Since 2007 The European Commission (EC) has […]

    Open Science environment Unicorn allows researchers and decision makers to work together

  • 17/05/2016
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    Given that the most important societal needs require multidiscipli­nary collaboration between researchers and decision makers, a suitable environment has to be provided in the first place. A proposal, prepared by a Finnish consortium and published in the open access journal Research Ideas and Outcomes, suggests a new, open virtual work and modeling platform to support evidence-based […]