A Unified Vision:
From Status Quo to Collaborative & Open
Incentivizing Collaborative and Open Research (ICOR) envisions a culture that facilitates and rewards open science, which in turn enables collaboration and innovative, reproducible outcomes.
Shifting the Research Lifecycle from RED to GREEN
Building upon existing efforts that challenge the status quo, where the research cycle occurs in closed RED settings, we aim to contribute a roadmap toward open GREEN opportunities.
Scroll up and down to see the cycle change from red to green.
From theory to practice
ICOR proposes ten unified, real-world solutions that challenge the status quo and incentivize generous behaviors.
Champions: All ICOR Strategists
Champions: Wyatt Korff, Maryose Franko
Champions: Aled Edwards, Dylan Wade Roskams-Edris
Champions: Kristen Ratan, Maryrose Franko
Champions: Sarah Greene, Kristen Ratan
Champions: Jessica Polka, Iratxe Puebla
Champion: Damian Pattinson
Champions: Danil Mikhailov, Yo Yehudi
Champions: Kristen Ratan, Sarah Greene
Champions: Bodo Stern, Keith Yamamoto
Initiatives that are piloting multiple solutions aligned with the work ICOR is doing.
Flip to Open: The tools, practices, costs and culture required for fully open and collaborative research
Aled Edwards, University of Toronto & Structural Genomics Consortium
Dylan Wade Roskams-Edris, Tanenbaum Open Science Institute