Rules on open access and open data will be strengthened, as will support for researchers. Fostering Open Science is an overall objective of the next Framework Programme. To date (June 2020), it is not clear how the use of the European Open Science Cloud will be integrated into the programme. Here`s a brief look at the Open Science jargon in Horizon 2020. Open Data means open access to research data in Horizon 2020.Open access to your research data remains an option in Horizon 2020 as part of the Open Research Data Pilot. Officially, there are no consequences for the evaluation if you unsubscribe. However, in your proposal, you should still describe how you will manage your research data. Article 29.2 of the current General Model Grant Agreement (MGA, which defines the general rules applicable to each H2020 project) states that „each beneficiary must guarantee open access (free online access to each user) to all scientific publications that relate to its results.“ What is FAIR? This is accessible, interoperable and reusable data and is a set of principles that have guided the exchange of open data in H2020 projects since 2016. The data management plan and its brief description during the proposal phase should show how the data from the FAIR project will be. Open access (research publications) is not an option. It was optional in the previous Framework Programme (FP7) as a pilot initiative. When researchers participate in their first application under the European Framework Programme for Research, they often know little about grant agreements and their open access and open data requirements.

You do not need to publish all your data: only data related to your scientific publications and only if it does not compromise the main objective of the project. Opening your data should follow the principle of „as open as possible, as closed as necessary“. The main rules and laws of the European Union that influence and influence open science During the current project, you must deposit your data in a repository according to fair principles (see below). So far, the European OpenAIRE project is the perfect place to get the repository information, and Zenodo is the primary repository by default. If you choose to do so, there are two main formal effects…