Horizon Europe: Guidance on Open Science requirements

As the European Commission's Horizon Europe programme shifts focus from open access to open science, we have gathered an information pack on the programme's open access publishing requirements and open science practices.
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The guidance we've put together outlines the new open science features of Horizon Europe, including both recommended and mandatory practices, advises on data management planning at the various stages of the project, and provides information on open access publishing requirements.

For those preparing their funding applications, there is a handy one-pager at the bottom of the page that gives pointers on where to address open science in the proposal.

Go to Funders' Open Science Requirements website and scroll down to European Commission: Horizon Europe 2021–2027.

Funders' open science requirements
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