In the spirit of open science – a movement to make data and other information from scientific research available to everyone — the National Institutes of Health invites you to cast your vote and help us decide which of the projects competing for the Open Science Prize are the most innovative and most likely to […]
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The finalists of the first international Open Science Prize competition were announced today. The Open Science Prize is a collaborative effort between the National Institutes of Health, UK-based Wellcome Trust, and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute designed to encourage and recognize the development of new tools, products, and services that use open digital content to help […]
Today, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) took a giant step forward in enabling the public to obtain results of government-funded research. HHS released a comprehensive set of plans outlining how its agencies will expand access to the results of scientific research for the public. These plans were developed in response to […]
Starting on January 8, 2015, we’re launching our 8th round of HHS Innovates, the Secretary’s annual awards program that shines a spotlight on the creative approaches that HHS employees take to solve tough problems. Winners of the Innovates Award are personally recognized by HHS Senior Leadership, gaining exposure for their innovative work. Winners also receive […]