FABBS Supports Efforts to Advance Open Science
As the federal government and scientific societies work to increase the openness of science, FABBS is supporting a NASEM study on behavioral ontology, providing information on federal requirements and successful examples of sharing, and informing federal policies and practices.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) has announced the committee members of the Accelerating Behavioral Science Through Ontology Development and Use, of which FABBS is one of theread more
Upcoming Webinars on Data Sharing and Health and Education Research to Policy
February 3, 2021
FABBS is pleased to announce two webinars this month that we would like to highlight.
Data Sharing and Citation: How Societies Can Make a DifferenceFriday, February 5 at 10:00 am ET
This is the first in a 12-part series to provide societies and their journals with information and resources to increase relevant and meaningful data sharing. The speakers for this session are:
Shelley Stall, American Geophysical Union (bio)Juliane Baron, Federation ofread more
Data Sharing Seminar Series for Societies
FABBS is joining forces with several other organizations to provide societies and their journals with information and resources to help their communities be more knowledgeable and prepared to share data (and software) in a way that is relevant and meaningful for each discipline.
This is a 12-month series.
Next upcoming seminar: 5 February 2021, 10 – 11 am ET (15:00 UTC)
Title: Data Sharing and Citation: How Societies Can Make a Difference
Shelley Stall, Americanread more
Science and Human Rights Coalition Highlights Responsibility of Science to Society
November 6, 2020
Converted into a virtual format, the 2020 Science, Technology and Human Rights Conference took place from Oct 22-23. This is hosted by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science and Human Rights Coalition, of which FABBS is an affiliate. This conference brought together human rights leaders, academic researchers, scientists and engineers who work in private industry, government officials, members of impacted and vulnerableread more