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El Wellcome Trust, institución sin ánimo de lucro de investigación biomédica con sede en el Reino Unido, ha encargado una serie de informes y estudios para analizar los desafíos que comporta la ciencia abierta: infraestructuras, habilidades, interoperabilidad, equidad... Michael Jubb y Veerle Van-den-Eynden exploran los mecanismos culturales y de incentivos para hacer que la ciencia sea más abierta. Uno con una mirada más teórica y el otro a partir de la evidencia.

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Published on 25/04/18
Accepted on 25/04/18
Submitted on 25/04/18

Volume 12, 2018
DOI: 10.3145/thinkepi.2018.56
Licence: CC BY-NC-SA license

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