This week on the FAIR Data Podcast, Rory Macneil shares experiences and insights from the Netherlands National Open Science Festival, which took place on 1st September 2022, at the Vrije Universiteit (VU) in Amsterdam.
The #OSF2022NL was an opportunity to learn more about Open Science practices in research and current policy in the Netherlands.
With a focus on "Open Science in Practice" and "Open Science in Policy", the Festival attracted around 300 participants that attended the plenary sessions led by rector of the VU Jeroen Geurts and Hilde van Wijngaarden, VU library director, with over 400 more joining via the live stream. Attendees also had the opportunity to learn and connect in community led workshops and sessions, and the Minister Robbert Dijkgraaf of Education, Culture and Science visited the Festival to join the conversation about different aspects of Open Science, and to hand over five Open Science Awards to five inspiring Use Cases with a focus on societal engagement.
Join us for the full episode, where Rory shares some of the aspects of the Festival that were exciting and innovative, dives into some of the interesting conversations that took place, and highlights the significance of the #OSF2022NL in relation to the wider Open Science movement in the Netherlands.
Find out more about the festival, and access content here: https://opensciencefestival.nl/
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