ROSiE project is reaching its finishing line – what has been achieved?

Project logo in a picture with blooming roses.

The ROSiE (Responsible Open Science in Europe) project is finishing at the end of February.

ROSiE (Responsible Open Science in Europe), a three-year project funded by HORIZON2020, is coming to its end in February 2024. Project’s mission has been to co-create with all related stakeholders novel practical tools to foster a responsible open science and citizen science. ROSiE aims to provide customized solutions through an interdisciplinary knowledge hub bound to actively pursuing open approaches in science and research, while complying with relevant legal frameworks and ethical standards.

ROSiE Final Event ‘Research Integrity in Open Science for Europe’ will take place on Feb 21st in Brussels. The event will be webstreamed. The program and more information can be found on ROSiE website.

During 2023 ROSiE has been working on, e.g., finalising the ROSiE Knowledge Hub, training materials for promoting responsible practice of Open Science and General Guidelines on Responsible Open Science. The ROSiE Knowledge Hub is a platform designed to openly funnel the project’s results and outputs in a user-friendly way. The general guidelines complement The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity (ECoC) document created by the European Federation of Academies of Sciences and Humanities (ALLEA). The general guidelines will later be followed by discipline related guidelines (natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, health and life sciences).

All the deliverables can be downloaded from the project’s website.

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Text: Elina Koivisto

Image: Irena Qin / Unsplash (modified by adding the project logo)

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