Join this Researcher Live event to uncover some of the latest trends and challenges in the open research sphere. Hosted by F1000’s Tom Sinden and Liam Hobbins, this podcast-style session offers researchers of all disciplines an inside look at just some of the factors sparking conversation and shaping open research practices in 2022. Discover:
- How the publications landscape is shifting from research papers to research objects.
- New publishing incentives for the research community.
- How to make the most impact with your research project.
- The nuances of open peer review.
- Potential barriers to open research.
- And more!
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Tom Sinden is a Publishing Executive at F1000. Tom manages a variety of Gateways on the open research publishing platform F1000Research, including the Bioinformatics and Cell & Molecular Biology Gateways.
Liam Hobbins is a Content Acquisition Editor at F1000. He is responsible for commissioning high-quality submissions across Medical and Health Science, as well as Agricultural and Veterinary Science subject areas. Liam received his PhD in Exercise Physiology from London South Bank University in 2019.
Tom and Liam work closely with researchers across a broad range of disciplines to maximize the discovery, reach, and impact of their research. Both are staunch advocates of open research practices and are passionate about democratizing research through transparency, accessibility, and open data.
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