Online Knowledge Bank

What if scientists conducted their work in public squares and the squares themselves could become part of scientists’s work? With that thought in mind, the Lisbon Council pioneered the Online Knowledge Bank, a scientific platform for the digital age. Here, thought leaders, regulators, scientists, students, journalists and more can meet to exchange ideas online – and learn about the latest science directly from the scientists who are practicing it. Later, if you missed an episode, you can watch the replay and download the presentations. Topics have ranged from measuring the European data economy to quantifying the effect of open science on scientific discovery. Future initiatives include healthcare, co-creation and data-economy drivers. Join us – It’s our world. Let’s build it together.What if scientists conducted their work in public squares and the squares themselves could become part of scientists’s work? With that thought in mind, the Lisbon Council pioneered the Online Knowledge Bank, a scientific platform for the digital age. Here, thought leaders, regulators, scientists, students, journalists and more can meet to exchange ideas online – and learn about the latest science directly from the scientists who are practicing it. Later, if you missed an episode, you can watch the replay and download the presentations. Topics have ranged from measuring the European data economy to quantifying the effect of open science on scientific discovery. Future initiatives include healthcare, co-creation and data-economy drivers. Join us – It’s our world. Let’s build it together.
What if scientists conducted their work in public squares and the squares themselves could become part of scientists’s work? With that thought in mind, the Lisbon Council pioneered the Online Knowledge Bank, a scientific platform for the digital age. Here, thought leaders, regulators, scientists, students, journalists and more can meet to exchange ideas online – and learn about the latest science directly from the scientists who are practicing it. Later, if you missed an episode, you can watch the replay and download the presentations. Topics have ranged from measuring the European data economy to quantifying the effect of open science on scientific discovery. Future initiatives include healthcare, co-creation and data-economy drivers. Join us – It’s our world. Let’s build it together.

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