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Interview with Annika Tensi and Yann de Mey
This blog is the first of a series in which the WUR Open Science programme and the Open Science Community-Wageningen (OSC-W) join forces. The collaboration gives a stage to Wageningen researchers, staff and students who actively support making science more open. We‘ll interview these researchers, staff and students about their motivations and actions for Open Science and also about their hurdles to practice Open Science. We’ll start this series with Annika Tensi and Yann de Mey. Continue reading
Interview with Vittorio Saggiomo
As part of the series on Open Science Stories, Wageningen University & Research’s library interviewed Vittorio Saggiomo, assistant professor at the BioNanoTechnology group and founder of the Open Hardware Wageningen movement. What is open hardware in the world of science? Vittorio: Open hardware follows design principles from the open technology movement, emphasizing transparency, collaboration, and accessibility. For open hardware in science, the design and specifications you use for your experiments are publicly available. Continue reading