Publikace: EU Open Science Policy
Open Science has been a European policy priority since 2016 as part of a new vision for Europe together with Open Innovation, which will involve public and private sector actors in research to create new tools and services, and Open to the World, which will ensure involvement and open collaboration with non-European stakeholders. Then, the European Open Science Policy Platform (OSPP) was established to advise the Commission and suggest future directions on implementation of Open Science. The group released its final report in 2020 along the eight core areas (“ambitions”). Open Science also plays an essential role in Horizon Europe, the new European R&I funding programme (2021-2027) with an overall budget of €95.5 billion.