Posts Results for tag: Kenya

Everyone for themselves: When the lack of a guiding policy framework stifles research collaborations

By Maurice Bolo and Dorine Odongo of the Harmonization of Open Science and Commercialization project Through a series of case studies of contemporary research partnerships derived from research consortia funded by the National Commission for Science, Technology and Innovation (NACOSTI), our project is interrogating the extent to which policy decisions have affected the choices, behavior […]

My Journey as OpenCon Organizer in Nairobi: Advocating for Open Access, Open Data and Open Education

Guest blog post by Lillian Juma Open Access is a movement and for a movement’s impact to be felt, solidarity amongst individuals and institutions is crucial. Let our voices be louder than ever before. I am the OpenCon/Open Access advocate, Lilian Juma. This is about my journey as the OpenCon conference organizer in Kenya. Today also […]