In this bonus episode on Open Science, I sit down with Dr. Bryan Copits, an early career researcher at Washington University in St. Louis. We talk about the barriers to publishing open access papers as early career scientists, the research-stifling effect exerted by the most “prestigious” journals, and what efforts are currently underway to promote Open Science.
This episode is a follow-up to last week’s episode, An Open Science Round Table. If you haven’t listened to that discussion yet, go check it out! You can also find the unabridged version of that conversation on YouTube.
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