GYA/F1000/Open Research Europe resource page


The European Commission has set up its own free Open Access publishing platform – Open Research Europe – for scientific articles. The GYA is part of a consortium, led by F1000 Research, and also including Eurodoc and LIBER as partners, that was awarded the contract to build and promote the platform.

The GYA has an active Open Science Working Group and works closely together with the global network of National Young Academies. This collaboration, which has so far involved outreach activities, including a panel discussion during our “Building Trust with Open Science” session as part of our 2021 International Conference of Young Scientists “Trust in Science”, also provides the GYA with an opportunity to promote Open Science more generally.

Learn more about Open Research Europe below by checking out their videos, their blog, and their Guide to Open Data.


Open Research Europe – what is it?

Open Research Europe: The new EU open access publishing platform


How to submit research to Open Research Europe?

How to submit your research to Open Research Europe


Preparing your submission

Open Data Guide

In addition to this helpful Guide to Open Data that covers data types and the forms data exists in, ORE has broken their comprehensive Data Guidelines down into two easy infographics:



Upon the platform launch, the ORE blog also went live, and includes posts from Toma Susi and Phoebe Koundouri, two of ORE’s Scientific Advisory Board members (meet them here), who provide insight into their motivations behind, and experience of, publishing on ORE.

There is also an ORE blog focussing on the GYA and its Open Science and Open Access activities.

Other contributions include ‘spotlight on’ research articles, invited guest blogs from researchers, the Commission and the Scientific Advisory Board.


Next steps

In addition to a planned workshop in 2022 at the GYA’s International Conference and Annual General Meeting in Japan, the Open Science working group is planning internal workshops and other activities.

For more information on Open Research Europe, you can visit their homepage.