Revising our program with the help of Open Science Leaders
- Malvika Sharan, Yo Yehudi, Bérénice Batut
The Open Life Science program is offered to the researchers and potential academic leaders who want to become ambassadors for Life Science in their communities. Developed as a part of the Mozilla Open Leaders X, this 15-week long personal mentorship and cohort-based training enable sharing knowledge, connecting communities and empowering individuals involved in this program.
Curious what the difference is between Open Life Science and eLife Innovation leaders?
We would like to draw the open science and research software communities’ attention to two of the Open Leaders programmes. Both programmes aim to equip participants with the knowledge and experience to lead their own projects openly through 1:1 mentorship and learning from peers, experts, speakers and other members in the programmes.
Open Science projects from Mozilla Open Leaders
- Bérénice Batut
Our Open Life Science program is based on the Mozilla Open Leader program. Mozilla Open Leaders started 3.5 years ago to make openness the norm in innovation and research. We went through the rounds to find projects that would fit in our program, share them with you and show you the diversity of possibilities.
Our application to the OLx
- Bérénice Batut, Malvika Sharan, Yo Yehudi
We (Malvika, Yo and Bérénice) applied in August 2019 for the Mozilla Open Leaders X and were accepted (thank you Abby!) in this great program to build the Open Life Science program. We enjoyed writing this application and we would like to share it in this post.