Experimenting with Zenodo (.org)

Open Science, Open Data, Open Access, Open Code, Open Teaching, open … what else?

I am in favor of openness in science. However: if you want to publish e.g. a poster abstract, or a dataset, how to do it in practice? I have been scouting for a suitable easy-to-use place that fulfills the criteria of the funders, for years.

Now, I have started looking at Zenodo.org (by Cern). Will this be the place of my open datasets to come?

Maybe. First, I will try Zenodo in relation with opening up materials related to the Virtual Project on the History of ALD (VPHA), project website http://vph-ald.com (related blog: http://aldhistory.blogspot.fi). Read more on that in a recent blog in the ALD History Blog: http://aldhistory.blogspot.com/2019/05/new-zenodo-community-vpha.html.

Posted by Riikka Puurunen

About Riikka Puurunen

Associate professor, Catalysis Science and Technology, at Aalto since February 2017
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