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October 3, 2023

This recognition challenge seeks to spotlight the stories and teams behind projects that have addressed a challenge or advanced a solution, while embodying open science principles and practices. 

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), in collaboration with federal agencies participating in a Year of Open Science, invite researchers, community scientists, educators, innovators, and members of the broader public to share stories of how they’ve advanced equitable open science. These stories can underscore the potential for open science to scale the benefits of discovery and innovation across every sector of our society. Projects should either be supported by federal grant awards (whether currently or previously) or make use of openly available federally funded resources, including publications, datasets, and software. 

Challenge details are available at Entrants may submit their open science stories for recognition in one or more of the following categories: 

  • Open science to serve communities  

  • Open science to advance education   

  • Open science to advance global solutions  

  • Technical advancement to enable open science

  • Open science to advance innovation 

  • Open science to advance interdisciplinary collaboration 

Please consider submitting a story by November 22, 2023! 

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