An Illustrated History of Open Science

January 17, 2017 Samantha Green

The world of research communications has changed significantly since the 16th and 17th centuries, when scientific studies were kept secret to build the prestige of noble patrons. Our infographic walks you through some of the changes in research communication, copyright, and collaboration.OpenScience_final-resize5.jpg

For an in-depth overview on the current state of open science, check back later this week for our new primer for societies.

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Samantha Green

Society Marketing, Wiley // Samantha Green joined Wiley in 2012, working in the Social Science and Humanities Community Marketing team at Wiley. She now works in the Society Strategy & Marketing creating content on publishing trends and the research community.

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