Open research (also known as open science) means conducting and sharing research in ways that enable transparency, accessibility, equity and reproducibility. Whilst the methods and processes of open research vary between disciplines; individual researchers, the research system and society can benefit from open research practices.

Although everyone working in research can benefit from learning open research skills at any time, there can be times in the process of a research project where the open research courses and support offered at Imperial might be especially relevant. You might also find this guidance useful when deciding which course to attend next.

Open research education for doctoral students

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