Guido Romeo is an award wiinning data and business journalist. He writes for Il Sole 24Ore, and is co-founder and President of FACTA, the newborn center for quality journalism. He has been Editor in chief of Atomium–EISMD’s REIsearch project and Communications director of AI4People. He co-founded and chaired until 2017 Diritto Di Sapere, one of the NGOs instrumental in the approval of the first italian freedom of information act in 2016. He graduated from the University of Bologna and holds a journalism degree from the Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme in Lille, France and a masters in communications. In 2004 he was Armenise-Harvard science-writer fellow at the Harvard School of Medicine.
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A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Colleen Campbell about Open access
Open access, a scientist's opinion Interview with Colleen Campbell, Co-Director of Egenis, the Exeter Centre for the Study of the Life Sciences. Are you involved with PlanS directly and if so, how? Colleen Campbell: I have no official role in PlanS, but I coordinate the global Open Access 2020 (OA2020) Initiative and our objectives for ...
A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Liz Ferguson about Open access
Open access, a scientist's opinion Interview with Liz Ferguson, VP for Editorial Development in Wiley’s Global Research division. Wiley is the biggest publisher to have embraced open access on a large‑scale through the DEAL agreement. Is this the blueprint for other transformative agreements? Liz Ferguson: We are very pleased with the DEAL agreement, which is ...
Europe leads the way in the transition to open access publishing : what is at stake?
Open access publications will be exceeding 43 000 journals in 2020 thanks to a push by some research funders. Critics object on grounds of sustainability, tight timelines and restrictions that look unsuitable for social sciences.
A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Sabina Leonelli about Open access
Open access, a scientist's opinion Interview with Sabina Leonelli, Co-Director of Egenis, the Exeter Centre for the Study of the Life Sciences. How are you involved in Plan S? Sabina Leonelli: I am a Plan S ambassador. This is an independent role and does not imply being aligned with everything cOAlition S proposes. As ambassadors, we ...