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Thanks to EMODnet Chemistry OGS has received an Open Science Certificate
28 October 2022

As part of International Open Access Week 2022, Elsevier has recognised the contribution that OGS has made to open science. The reason for this recognition is that between 2019 and 2021, OGS published the open access article with Elsevier entitled ‘EMODnet marine litter data management at pan-European scale’. This was downloaded a total of 1,863 times and was linked to the United Nations (UN) SDGs.

"OGS’s open access research is helping solve the world’s greatest challenges. Open science has the power to drive societal progress and promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Making knowledge freely available to everyone, everywhere, can play a fundamental role in achieving a sustainable and equitable future". So wrote Elsevier in its congratulatory message to Alessandra Giorgetti, head of the National Oceanographic Data Centre at OGS. The Institute and the entire EMODnet Chemistry Partnership see it the same way.