This subsection contains interviews with international experts on Open Access and Open Science and representatives of various institutions that have adopted open access policies or promote openness in scientific research.


 We need open access to climate change knowledge

 Interview with Iryna Kuchma

 (EIFL, Open Science Campaign)







 We have no time to waste

 Interview with Prof. Johan Rooryck

 (cOAlition S)




Maria Levchenko


Scientific literature as a bridging mechanism

Interview with Maria Levchenko

(Europe PubMed Central)




Ioanna Galleron

 Quality can come in many sizes and shapes

 Interview with Ioana Galleron

 (Université de Bretagne-Sud, COST)






  We will move beyond the green and gold duality

  Interview with Jennifer Edmond

 (Trinity College Dublin)





Academic discourses have been shaped by the material forms of dissemination

 Interview with Martin Eve

 (Birkbeck, University of London)






  Open Access Archivangelist: the Last Interview?

  Interview with Stevan Harnad

  (Université du Québec à Montréal)





 Open access will remain a half-revolution

  Interview with Richard Poynder

 (independent journalist)





 Data Archiving and Networked Services

  Interview with Peter Doorn






 OpenAIRE – an e-infrastructure for Open Access publishing of research outputs

  Interview with Natalia Manola




COAR (Confederation of Open Access Repositories) – international association of repository initiatives

  Interview with Kathleen Shearer







  Benefit for society comes when you open the data up and allow its exploitation

  Interview with Kevin Ashley






 LA Referencia – South American Open Science network

  Interview with Alberto Cabezas

  (LA Referencia)




 The World Bank Open Access policy

  Interview with Carlos Rossel

  (World Bank)







  Open Access in Argentina

  Interview with Silvia Nakano

  (Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation of Production, Argentina)








  It All Leads to Open Science

 Interview with Wodzisław Duch

 (Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Poland)





  Openness should be the default for all research data

 Interview with Mark Parsons






  Data sharing has to become an integral part of the research process

 Interview with Mark Thorley






 Data sharing is just another part of scientific communication

 Interview with Tim Smith





  We need to demonstrate on an empirical basis that our policy has effect and impact

 Interview with Jean-Claude Burgelman

 (European Commission)




 Who will support the iPad generation?

 Interview with Martin Hamilton





 We must be active worldwide

 Interview with Prof. Karl-Heinz Hoffmann

 (Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities)




 Science is a very collaborative enterprise

 Interview with Prof. John Willinsky

 (Public Knowledge Project)




 It's time to get serious

 Interview with Prof. Stevan Harnad

 (Université du Québec à Montréal)




 Research is ultimately there to be used

 Interview with Dr Cameron Neylon

 (Public Library of Science)




 Open Access is really not completely novel

 Interview with Prof. Nicholas Canny

 (European Research Council)






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