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Today, Gareth O’Neill from Technopolis Group and Alina Irimia from UEFISCDI introduced the Opus project in Serbia. It’s part of a series of events organized by the FAIR-IMPACT project in different countries. The FAIR National Roadshow, an initiative focused on advancing Open Science (OS) practices, made a virtual stop in Serbia today, with the University of Belgrade, the University of Novi Sad, and the Open Science Community in Serbia serving as hosts.
The event centered around an in-depth discussion of the current state of Open Science practices in Serbia, with a particular focus on understanding the landscape of FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) policy regulations within the country. Attendees engaged in conversations about ongoing initiatives and identified the challenges faced by the Serbian research community, including the exploration of the eNauka portal.
The stimulating discussions were enriched by informative presentations on two transformative projects: GraspOS and OPUS. These presentations provided valuable insights into how these projects are contributing to the advancement of FAIR assessment practices.
Participants at the event included a diverse array of stakeholders, ranging from researchers and academicians to policy experts and technology innovators. The FAIR National Roadshow in Serbia highlighted the need for fostering a culture of openness and collaboration in the realm of research assessment and Open Science practices. It exemplifies Serbia’s commitment to staying at the forefront of the global scientific community, embracing the principles of FAIR data, and creating a more accessible and interconnected research ecosystem.
As the FAIR National Roadshow continues its journey, it remains a catalyst for driving positive change in the research landscape of Serbia, promising a future where research data is truly Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable, thus enhancing the quality and impact of scientific endeavors.
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