Tibor Golias, Deputy Minister of State for the Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM), said Hungary has joined the International Open Science Initiative, which aims to make the results of research, development and innovation available to all.
An open science initiative based on transparency and collaboration creates new opportunities for using scientific findings. He explained that the open science movement, already pervasive in international science policy, is also linked to relevant policy objectives of the European Union.
István Szabó, NKFIH’s deputy scientific and international vice president, said the office is planning incentive measures to attract as many people as possible to join the open science approach. He stated, for example, that aspects of open science are verified in calls for proposals. This will open up the world of science, highlight collaboration and enhance civil society’s confidence in science.
The article was published in National Research, Development and Innovation Office supported.
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