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It is possible to sign and thereby endorse the Agenda for Open Science in Communication. - [Click here to see the current list of signatories][1] - [Click here to sign the agenda][2] Signing the agenda means that you - endorse the content, - identify with the values of open science, - strive to implement the solutions outlined in the agenda (if possible), - and do not engage in research practices that contradict the principles outlined in the manuscript. Signatories all need to have some background or expertise in research. Signatories can be academics and non-academics, students, post-docs, lecturers, professors, retirees, or journalists. [To sign the agenda, click on this link and fill in the respective fields][2]. [1]: [2]:
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