Open science is a way to promote responsible science and impact of science in society.
With the help of the diverse practices of open science, it is possible, for example, to promote ethical and responsible science, improve the impact of research, create new kinds of cooperation and innovations, and ensure that the research outputs can be used, for example, in decision-making and in solving global problems.
The main goal of open science and research is to develop new ways of creating and disseminating new information. At the University of Turku, open science is a resource that benefits the entire university community.
The University of Turku's Open Science Accelerator (for now only in Finnish) presents how the University of Turku implements, develops and promotes open science in practice.
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Basic information about open science has been collected on this site.