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Claire Riss

Recent Posts

OSF Collections: What, Why, How
The COS team is excited to announce the launch of OSF Collections, a place for journals, funders, societies, and research communities that need an archival or active repository...
Tags: research collection, Funders, Journals, discoverability, OSF Collections, Societies, reusability
2019 Recap: OSF Growth and Open Knowledge Exchange
The Center for Open Science aims to make science more open, transparent, and reproducible to enhance and accelerate scientific progress and discovery. To do this, we partner with...
Tags: OSF
COS Collaborates with Case Medical Research to Support Free Video Publishing for Clinicians and Researchers
Video as research material is growing in appeal within the life sciences community as more researchers and clinicians seek ways to make their findings open and accessible.Imagine...
Tags: Research Best Practices, Clinicians, Life Sciences, Open Access, Case Medical Research
How to Build an Open Science Network in Your Community
If you’re familiar with the open science movement, you may have also experienced the reality that the implementation of open practices hasn't been driven by a wide-scale adoption...
Tags: Community, Culture Change, Webinars, Grassroots Networks
New OSF Registries Enhancements Improve Efficiency and Quality of Registrations
We’re excited to announce new user improvements to OSF Registries, a scholarly repository designed to facilitate transparency and rigor in research. With OSF Registries, you can...
Tags: Technology, Registrations, OSF Registries