ICOR’s Broadened Mission: Connecting efforts to build open collaborative research
There could not be a better time to announce the re-launch of ICOR’s website -- extending its mission described in this blog post over a year ago -- featuring real-world efforts by the open science community to build an evidence base and best practices. The site now...
Epiverse TRACE: A values-based approach to open-source ecosystems
By Anna Carnegie What is meant by a ‘healthy’ open-source community, and how do we capture it? These are the questions we’ve been asking within the Epiverse TRACE community. Built by an inclusive, global community of contributors, Epiverse TRACE comprises a suite of...
Open by Design: ICOR partners with TWCF to implement a fully open research initiative
The Templeton World Charity Foundation (TWCF) has awarded $100,000 to ICOR/Rapid Science to support the launch and analysis of its Open Research Program. ICOR’s focus is TWCF’s Listening & Learning in a Polarized World (LLPW) program as an open science initiative....
Arcadia Science and ICOR: Testing radical open in the real world
Today the newly launched Arcadia Science--a research and development company--announced its partnership with ICOR, stating “Lots of people are excited by the principles of open science, but transitioning out of the traditional, closed, and restrictive publishing...
Red to Green: From recommendations to action and evidence
ICOR is a group of open-research stakeholders who are building a new initiative designed to move from ideas into implementation. The newly launched website will serve as a communication hub for the growing number of projects planned and underway to improve transparency and collaboration throughout the research lifecycle.
Introducing ICOR: Incentivizing Collaborative and Open Research
Early in 2020, several of us started ICOR, calling it a Strategic Circle, a gathering of open science advocates, funders, practitioners, and institutional leaders interested in taking constructive action to move the needle in increasing research transparency and accelerating breakthroughs.
Open Science meets Team Science video presentation
ICOR is emerging from discussions among a group of trusted colleagues on how to move from dialog to action in changing the incentives for scientific research from closed and competitive to open and collaborative.