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Increased openness can save lives. Societies are founded on knowledge, which is why it’s important that decision-makers, journalists and citizens have access to it, says Heidi Laine. Laine calls for a paradigm shift in how we do science. She thinks we should aim for radical openness, which means openness should be a natural part of the research process in all of its stages.
A society founded on knowledge requires radical openness from science | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Increased openness can save lives, says Heidi Laine, a researcher specialised in questions of open science.