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Awesome Open Science Awesome

A list of useful resources for helping you do science in the open.

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  • Open Grants - a list of grants that are openly available on the web. These grants can help with learning grantsmanship, understanding particular funders and their programs, and communicating science.
  • Open Science Prize - aims to unleash the power of open content and data to advance biomedical research and its application for health benefit.
  • ContentMine Fellowships - liberate scientific facts from academic journals and help to enable anyone to perform research using content mining.
  • Panton Fellowships - researchers who actively promote open data in all areas of science and research.
  • Knight-Mozilla Open News - for people who love to code and want to influence the future of journalism on the web.


  • Open Con - a platform for the next generation to learn about Open Access, Open Education, and Open Data.
  • Creative Commons Global Summit - collaborative and fun space for anyone in the world to explore the future of the Commons and sharing for users, creators, and activists.
  • WOSP - exploring the potential of text and data mining technologies to improve the process of how research is being done.
  • MozWOW - set of trainings to teach open science practice and develop projects.
  • CSV,Conf - community conference for data makers everywhere.
  • FORCE - future of research communications and e-scholarship.
  • JupyterCon - communicating data, management, and collaboration.
  • OpenConCam - about open access, open data, and open education.
  • ODSC - for anyone who wants to connect to the data science community and contribute to open source applications.
  • Liber - about the role libraries have in open science.
  • Shaking it up - making the open science mandate work for you.
  • MozFest - citizen science, open data, learning and research.
  • GOSH! - learning about, and building open science hardware.
  • Open Science Workflow - an introduction in Open Science for researchers of all disciplines.


  • World Brain - create, search, and share your personal web of knowledge.
  • SciHub - the first website in the world to provide mass and public access to research papers.
  • Quickscrape - a simple command-line tool for powerful, modern website scraping.
  • Getpapers - get metadata, fulltexts or fulltext URLs of papers matching a search query.
  • Open Retractions - check for retraction notices of any journal article.
  • Authorea - write, cite, collaborate, host data, and publish all in one place.
  • Bionumbers - the database of useful biological numbers.
  • Retraction Watch - tracking retractions as a window into the scientific process.
  • Zotero - a personal research assisstent within your browser.
  • - annoate the web: discuss, collaborate, organise your research.
  • Open Knowledge Maps - visualise a research topic.
  • Scholar Ninja - an open, distributed search engine for science.
  • Open Access Button - avoid paywalls, access data.
  • Impact Story - track the online impact of your research.
  • Open retractions - check for retraction notices from any journal.
  • Authorea - write live documents, collaboratively online.
  • Share LaTeX - the easy to use, online, collaborative LaTeX editor.
  • Overleaf - online LaTeX and rich text collaborative writing and publishing tool.
  • Creative Commons - helps you legally share your knowledge and creativity.
  • Unpaywall:browser plugin that let you download legal versions of scientific papers.


  • F1000 - an open science publishing platform for life sciences that offers immediate publication and transparent peer review.
  • The BMJ - international peer reviewed medical journal with open access.
  • PeerJ - efficiently publishing the world's knowledge through internet-scale innovation and open access licensing to save your time, your money, and to maximize recognition of your contributions.
  • Wellcome Open Research - a new way for Wellcome-funded researchers to rapidly publish any results they think are worth sharing.
  • PLOS - nonprofit publisher, innovator and advocacy organisation.
  • Royal Society Open Science - fast, open journal covering all of science, maths, and engineering.



  • Zooniverse - the world’s largest and most popular platform for people-powered research.
  • Paperhive - simplifying research communication and transforming reading into a process of collaboration.
  • Altmetric - tracks a range of sources to capture and collate activity, helping you to monitor and report on the attention surrounding the work you care about.
  • Coko Foundation - evolve how knowledge is created, produced and reported.
  • Internet Archive - library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.
  • Dat - distributed data sharing tool.
  • COAR - open access repository network.
  • OpenAIRE - network of open repositories, archives, and journals.
  • Bionode - modular and universal bioinformatics.
  • EFF - nonprofit organisation defending civil liberties in the digital world.
  • PubPeer - online journal club.
  • Digital Science - working with researchers, institutions, publishers, and funders to increase efficiency and productivity.
  • Open Citations - making citation links easy and free to traverse.


  • DryadLab - curated general-purpose repository that makes the data underlying scientific publications discoverable, freely reusable, and citable.
  • FigShare - helps academic institutions store, share and manage all of their research outputs.
  • Dataverse - open source research data repository.
  • DataCite - locate, identify and cite research data.
  • Arxiv - open access to pre-prints in physics, maths, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance, and statistics.
  • BioRxiv - the pre-print server for biology
  • Academic Torrents - community maintained distributed repository for datasets and scientific knowledge.
  • Open Science Framework - a scholarly commons to connect the entire research cycle.
  • Zenodo - open repository for the storage of research material output and doi assignation.



To the extent possible under law, Steph Smith-Unna has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work.

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