Keynote lecture by Professor Sabina Leonelli at IDCC 2018

17 November, 2017 | in DCC News
By: Diana Sisu

Sabina Leonelli is professor in philosophy and history of science at the University of Exeter, UK, where she co-directs the Exeter Centre for the Study of the Life Sciences and leads the “Data Studies” research strand. She is a member of the European Open Science Platform, representing the Global Young Academy, and a key expert for the EU Mutual Learning Exercise on Open Science. Her research (funded largely by the European Research Council until 2019) focuses on the philosophy of data-intensive science, the history and epistemic and ethical implication of data curation and research data management, and the ways in which the open science movement is redefining what counts as research and knowledge across research environments. Her book Data-Centric Biology: A Philosophical Study appeared in 2016 with Chicago University Press.

Her lecture will take place on the 20th of February.

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