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Tuesday, 13 December 2016

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This article was published in Nature Index on 8th of December 2016. Researcher Adrian Barnett who is a statistician in Queensland University described about how he benefitted by making is grant open access.

This was an unusual step for Dr. Barnett after a many time failure of his grant application. He made his application openly accessible for the public. He compares about how the closed application process often miss the opportunities of potential collaboration. As every scientist it is important to find out the answers of unfolded scientific questions. Open accessing the application allows the scientist to put forward a commitment to answer those specific questions. (Read More)

Follow Dr. Adrian Barnett over twitter @aidybarnett


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