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A Manifesto to Reclaim Open Science | Un Manifiesto que Reimagina a la Ciencia Abierta

English | Español This is the first of a new blog series about the Open and Collaborative Science Manifesto recently launched by the Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network. Over the next several weeks, we will be highlighting the principles of the Manifesto in more depth, using case studies from our sub-projects, and providing examples […]

All that glitters is not gold: rethinking openness from the affected population of a cyanide spill in Jáchal, Argentina

[En español abajo] by Juan Layna and Emiliano Martin Valdez of the “Can OCS Meet Social Needs?” Project Summary: In previous posts, we proposed that accessibility and openness in science do not necessarily lead to the appropriation and utilization of scientific knowledge by social actors. The socio-technical controversy surrounding cyanide spills occurring near the city of […]