The guest for this episode is Teresa Gomez-Diaz from Université Paris Gustave-Eiffel, east of Paris, France. For a long time Teresa has been promoting Open Science and last year she talked on this show about the need for licences in research software.
Teresa and her collaborator, Tomas Recio from the University Antonio de Nebrija, Madrid published two papers about Research Data and how to ensure they adhere to Open Science and in particular FAIR principles.
We start with a discussion of the so-called Borgman conundrum, or why it is hard to share research data before going into what we can do about it.
A couple of clarifying notes: Teresa speaks of F mille, which refers to F1000Research. Also, when "users" of research data are being mentioned, it refers to authors and contributors.
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