Open Research

The University of Glasgow strongly encourages the adoption of open research practices. Open research refers to practices that share research early and wide from different stages of the research process, such as methods, protocols, data, software, educational resources, reviews, and publications.  

Benefits of open research include improved visibility of research, greater transparency and reproducibility, enhanced opportunities for collaboration, earlier claim to your ideas, and improved public confidence in research.

You can read more about topics related to open research on our UofG Open Research Blog.