2023 Year of Open Science

UArizona – Year of Open Science Activities

Federal agencies are celebrating 2023 as a Year of Open Science, a multi-agency initiative across the federal government to spark change and inspire open science engagement through events and activities that will advance adoption of open, equitable, and secure science. UArizona is embracing the Year of Open Science by hosting, joining, and engaging in the various open science activities across the UArizona campus.

Submit a Year of Open Science activity submission form to request an activity be added to this list.

Year of Open Science activity submission form

Additional UArizona activities will be added as they are announced.

Activity Title Description

The Non-Clinical Tomography Users Research Network (NoCTURN). Meets monthly. An NSF-funded FAIR and Open Science Research Coordination Network. We're comprised of researchers, educators, and industry leaders who are developing best practices, gold standards, and online resources for computed tomography users to better comply with the OSTP Nelson Memorandum expectations for data availability. Our committees meet regularly through Zoom and Slack, and we have all-network meetings twice a year. Find out more—including how to join—on our website! For more information, contact Paul Gignac at pgignac@arizona.edu. College of Medicine, Tucson.

Love Your Data Week Understanding and Protecting your Intellectual Property.  2/14/2023, 2:00 PM. This webinar provides the basics about copyright and what is (and isn’t) protected. Most importantly, learn how to manage your copyright and other intellectual property rights while engaging in open science practices. As a research and author, you might ask how providing access to taxpayer-supported research affect the intellectual property rights in your research outputs. Register for the webinar to get answers. For more information, contact Ellen Dubinsky at edubinsky@arizona.edu. UA Libraries.