Why the world needs to embrace open science

Universities should continue to unleash their unique strength in thought leadership to facilitate the open science movement. Image: Unsplash/Moritz Kindler

Wu Zhaohui

President, Zhejiang University


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Wu Zhaohui, President, Zhejiang University
A rendering of the Centrifugal Hyper-gravity and Interdisciplinary Experiment Facility (CHIEF), an infrastructure supporting open science. Image: Zhejiang University

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