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Senior lecturer co-authors GYA Open Science statement


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Senior lecturer co-authors GYA Open Science statement

GYA member Sabina Leonelli supports call for Open Science The Global Young Academy (GYA), the voice of young scientists around the world, today issued a postion statement identifying obstacles standing in the way of giving free access to scientific results and data. The GYA calls for scientific results to be made freely available for scientists around the world and for future generations. GYA members are chosen for their demonstrated excellence in scientific achievement. Egenis Senior Lecturer Dr Sabina Leonelli is one of the 172 members from 54 countries. .


By E Genis, UK.


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Art and science in conversation


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Art and science in conversation

Some 50 people came along to this year’s art in the stocks, science in the dock' workshop. 'Collider: exploring hybridity', one of the events in the Festival of Social Science, saw artists, a sociologist, a plant scientist and an anthropologist, among others, look at the topic of hybridity in very different ways. "This was the latest in our series of annual workshops, known as ‘Art in the stocks, science in the dock," explained organiser Professor Steve Hughes, of Egenis. The workshop, at Exeter's Royal Albert Museum, had a 'drop in' format, and while some people came and went through the afternoon, many stayed for the whole event, enjoying fascinating presentations, lively debate and some beautiful art, including a sound installation created especially by local artist Paul Ramsay. .


By E Genis, UK.


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