University of Debrecen participates in Hungarian resolution on open science

University of Debrecen I participated Hungarian resolution on open science. A national academic effort to promote the development of Hungarian science by making Hungarian universities more accessible and open. Details of the commitment set in response to the “current paradigm shift in the world of science” are contained in a statement submitted by the National Research and Development Innovation Office (NRDI Office), which initiated the movement.

Zoltán Szilvássy, President of the University of Debrecen, received a certificate of open science group membership from NRDI Vice President István Szabó on Wednesday. “Because the University of Debrecen is one of the largest universities in the country, everything that is done here is exemplary for other higher education institutions,” said the Vice-President.

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Szabó added that it is important to show excellence in academia and to make publications and data available, not only in Hungary but also internationally.


according to According to a statement from NRDI, open science is “a new approach to scientific communication based on the principles of transparency and collaboration.” Its purpose for Hungarian academia is to make research and results more accessible and to promote an “open approach that emphasizes cooperation in addition to competition.”Open Science Center website state This commitment shows that it envisions removing barriers to scholarly knowledge. “Research processes, content, and results are openly accessible by default.”

In his speech after the university received the Open Science Certificate, Zoltán Szilvássy noted the importance of reliable and valid publications that can be assured by the availability and transparency of the study as much as possible.

“From now on, open science will be guaranteed at the University of Debrecen, and its scientific success will be confirmed by the research funding sources obtained through the institute.”

The main pillars of the “Open Science Ecosystem” described in the NRDI position paper are:

  • Open access to research results
  • fair [Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable] And care [Collective benefit, Authority to control, Responsibility, Ethics]
    Research data management
  • Research integrity
  • Next-generation indicators for research evaluation
  • New types of rewards and initiatives
  • International Cooperation Network
  • Citizen science [research conducted by nonprofessional scientists in the public]
  • Education and skills

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