Costas Papadopoulos receives NWO Open Science Fund grant

For his project ‘OPER3D: Open Publishing and Peer Review for 3D Scholarship’, Costas Papadopoulos has received funding from the NWO Open Science Fund.

With a grant of €50,000, Costas aims to take PURE3D further by developing concrete and shared workflows and best practices for publishing and peer-reviewing 3D-based research, and ultimately transforming the way 3D scholarship is evaluated, published, and recognised. The project aligns with recent initiatives in reforming research assessment and exploring how to recognise and evaluate scholarly outputs that do not conform to established scholarly practices and conventional publication forms.

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