The University of Edinburgh Library Research Support Team and grassroots organisation Edinburgh ReproducibiliTea join forces annually to run the Edinburgh Open Research Conference.  

Open research (a.k.a. "open science" or "open scholarship") refers to a collection of practices and principles around transparency, reproducibility and integrity in research.   

As an active member of the League of European Research Universities (LERU) and a signatory of DORA, & CoARA Edinburgh is committed to making open research the new normal by supporting and encouraging the adoption of good open research practice throughout the University. This represents a significant change in the way research will be conducted, and how the next generation of researchers will be trained. 


Call for Contributions: Edinburgh Open Research Conference 2024


The forthcoming Edinburgh Open Research Conference (EOR) will take place on Wednesday 29th May 2024.

Edinburgh University is committed to making Open Research the new normal and a vital part of achieving that is by contributing to positive culture change within research. But how do we and other institutions go about this?   

So, this year, we are asking the question: 

How can Open Research contribute to positive Culture Change in Research more broadly? 

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