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Open Science Month 2023

Sustainable development Article published on 14 September 2023 , Updated on 22 September 2023

From 3 to 27 October, Université Paris-Saclay is organising its Open Science Month; a month-long programme of exciting events aimed at the scientific community to showcase the university’s strong commitment to open science.

This year, the programme will focus on the interaction between “the Climate and Society”, and will offer participants the chance to discover the many facets of open science with an array of conferences, webinars and stands to meet the university’s research specialists.

Sophie Spoza, Vice President for Sustainable Development at Université Paris-Saclay and Research Director at the Laboratory for Sciences of Climate and Environment (LSCE), and Etienne Augé, Deputy Vice President for Open Science, will launch the first day of events.
The event is free of charge and open to all, regardless of your level of expertise.