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What is Opscientia?

We’re a community of open science activists, researchers, organisers and enthusiasts that have come together to work on the problems of data sharing, reproducibility, incentive alignment, coordination, and intellectual ownership that plague knowledge creation today.

Together, we’re building a scientific ecosystem that unlocks data silos, coordinates collaboration and democratises funding. Our long-term vision is to create a global network of automated knowledge foundries, where scientists and AI co-create new knowledge.

Science is Broken

Did you know that less than 10% of data collected by publicly funded research in the US is published alongside their papers? Or that an average 70% of researchers have failed to replicate their colleagues’ work across disciplines, including Physics, Biology and Psychology? A hyper competitive culture in academia precludes collaboration while existential challenges require immediate scientific solutions.

Digital Services Enhance Disparity

Modern scientific insights are typically generated by an exclusive community of researchers working at institutions with proprietary instruments, siloed data, and specialized infrastructure. This status quo has remained undisturbed for decades, further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic which has enhanced the disparity of access to instruments of information-gathering, coordination, commerce, and knowledge-sharing.

Decentralised Data Fabric

The Opsci ecosystem is powered by the Decentralised Science (DeSci) Stack, a Web3 software development kit linking decentralised finance with data markets, privacy-preserving cloud services, and the power of smart contracts to coordinate global citizen science communities together around a collectively determined incentive structure.

A Web3-powered open science ecosystem that unlocks data silos, coordinates collaboration and democratises funding

Who are we?



We need a revival of The Commons, like yesterday, and policy changes to ensure massive corporations like Amazon pay their fair share of tax.

Here is a great piece from the OpSci team @hebbianloop 1/2 https://twitter.com/opscientia/status/1466962041193836548

😶‍🌫️ No one:

🌫 Literally not a soul:

🥸 @awscloud: Science is a public good. Now offering a 15% discount on tax-payer-funded datasets

✨ Follow our weekly article series on #web3 storage and learn about our #DeSci Data Commons

https://pulse.opsci.io/rich-in-data-poor-in-wisdom-science-needs-a-decentralized-data-commons-98c7ffdb56a1

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Videos/Podcasts: @rosano @UpstreamPodcast @TheLensOrg @yasminamer

Opportunities: @opscientia @turinginst

Project Updates: @MuseAppHQ @joshuaztan

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