Episode 5, S2: The Future is Transparent: Moving towards Open Science | Danish Diabetes and Endocrine Academy
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Episode 5, S2: The Future is Transparent: Moving towards Open Science

The open science train has already left the station, but how do we get everyone on board? Perhaps the road to systemic change is paved with incremental change?

Our society is driven by scientific advances. As such, studies ought to be highly transparent and easily verifiable, yet that is not always the case.

Openness in science is the way forward for improving scientific application and increasing public trust. Pre-registering studies, sharing data and code, and making analyses publicly accessible are just a few of the ways to incorporate more openness in scientific work. In the near future, open science will simply be science done right. 

Listen as an expert on the role of early life on diabetes risk and an expert in open science offer experiences and recommendations for scientists to incorporate more openness in their research.

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- Luke Johnston, Team Leader at the Steno Diabetes Center in Aarhus and Aarhus University in Denmark.
- Ivo Grigorov, Research Coordinator at the National Institute of Aquatic Resources at the Technical University of Denmark in Copenhagen.

Gretchen Repasky, Communications Director, Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine and University of Helsinki.

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