Institute for Globally Distributed Open Research and Education (IGDORE) is an independent research institute dedicated to improve the quality of science, science education, and quality of life for scientists, students and their families. We’re committed to open scientific practices, free (libre) and open science, and a healthy and global science and higher education. We aim to protect whistleblowers in science and to educate and train affiliated and external scientists and students on best scientific practices.
Scientists who adhere to open scientific practices can become affiliated with IGDORE. We currently have 46 affiliated researchers whose work spans about 20 scientific disciplines (e.g. astronomy; biology; chemistry; computer science; education; electrical engineering; law; materials science; medicine; metascience; paleontology; physics; psychology; sociology). Our location independence allows affiliated scientists to reside anywhere in the world: our scientists reside in no less than 23 countries (Australia; Austria; Belgium; Benin; Brazil; Canada; Croatia; Denmark; Finland; France; Germany; India; Indonesia; Kenya; Luxembourg; Netherlands; South Africa; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; Turkey; United Kingdom; United States).
IGDORE has an international team of experienced research assistants who can be hired on an hourly or project basis in internal and external projects. This team offers virtual scientific openness support to experienced and novice employers of open scientific practices. The team can also be hired to collect and prepare scientific data in Sweden (including assistance with ethical review).
In December 2017 we opened our first non-virtual campus, located on the island of Bali in Indonesia Bali Campus. The Bali Campus is open 24/7, all year round, and is a great place for anyone interested in personal or organised science retreats, or to get started with open scientific practices. The location and setting is very family friendly.
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