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    Berlin 6 Open Access Conference: Philippe Aigrain Berlin 6 Open Access Conference: Philippe Aigrain Presentation Transcript

    • Open Access is Changing Research Philippe Aigrain Company: www.sopinspace.com personal: http://paigrain.publicdebate.net These slides can be used according to the terms of the CC-By-SA license
    • introduction
    • Open access ... beyond access OA is changing scientific papers OA is changing scientific communities OA is changing the relationship between research and society OA spreads beyond publications to data, protocols, software, research instruments and through that is changing science Will research shape its (legal, economic)‏ environment?
    • The changing nature of scientific papers
    • preprints that are not preprints
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    • papers that scientists in neighbouring fields and « advanced users » of research can read
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    • different processes around papers
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    • Changing scientific communities
    • granularity
    • reflective
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    • credits
    • New interactions between research and society
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    • From OA to commons-based science: data, protocols, software, research instruments
    • OECD Global Research Village, 2000 open science ... or none
    • Significant challenges for defining adequate commons regimes
      • For data
          • Commons must stand directly on their own or on the limited power of disclosure
      • For biological information and materials
          • Copylefting or not
          • Management of materials
      • For methods and protocols (ex: BioBricks)‏
    • the semantic Web is one way to do open science, do not mistake one for the other
    • Will research shape its (legal, economic)‏ environment?
    • Researchers and some policy makers have started to move beyond “exceptions”
    • Layers (legal)‏
      • A special law for scientific information
      • An instrument on Limitations and Exceptions at WIPO
      • A treaty on Access to Knowledge
      • A treaty on Medical R&D with priorities of public health at WHO
      • A positive recognition for commons-based research and innovation in international norms
      • http://paigrain.debatpublic.net/docs/Aigrain-Alexandria-080906.pdf
    • On (y)our own or with alliances?
    • shaping also the interface with the economy : a lot to learn from the cultural field
    • Thanks for your attention