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Observatory

The Observatory is the place for project coordinators, policy makers, funders and Open Science advocators to sense the community pulse. The Observatory uses social media as a valuable resource of information and monitors recent developments on innovative methods, indicators and tools for peer review, impact measurement and dissemination of research results, responsible research innovation (RRI) and gender equality in science.

 


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  • @kaylee_byers

    RT @FleerackersA: ⭐️NEW PAPER⭐️ I know it sounds dry, but, trust me, it's worth a read if you... 📰 study science/health journalism / #sci…
  • @mann_ivel

    RT @physiolrev: Our most discussed article last month was: Physiology and #pathophysiology of human airway #mucus by Dr. Richard C. Bouch…
  • @bubblbu_

    RT @FleerackersA: ⭐️NEW PAPER⭐️ I know it sounds dry, but, trust me, it's worth a read if you... 📰 study science/health journalism / #sci…
  • @heidibeckerdata

    RT @FleerackersA: ⭐️NEW PAPER⭐️ I know it sounds dry, but, trust me, it's worth a read if you... 📰 study science/health journalism / #sci…
  • @timothydbowman

    RT @FleerackersA: ⭐️NEW PAPER⭐️ I know it sounds dry, but, trust me, it's worth a read if you... 📰 study science/health journalism / #sci…
  • @SciCommNews

    RT @FleerackersA: ⭐️NEW PAPER⭐️ I know it sounds dry, but, trust me, it's worth a read if you... 📰 study science/health journalism / #sci…
  • @APSPublications

    RT @physiolrev: Our most discussed article last month was: Physiology and #pathophysiology of human airway #mucus by Dr. Richard C. Bouch…


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