Open research (also known as Open science) is a movement to make the research process more transparent.
The principles of open research apply to all stages of the research lifecycle and aim to address problems with the accessibility and reproducibility of research findings. The University supports the use of open research practices, as set out in its 'Position Statement on Open Research'.
Led by the Library, in April 2022 the University of Manchester launched the Office for Open Research supporting the creation a more open and responsible research environment.
If you have any questions about Open Research, please visit the Office for Open Research website, and contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office for Open Research
Led by the Library, the Office for Open Research supports the University's aims to create a more open and responsible research environment.
Position statement on Open Research
Find out more about the University’s commitment to Open Research and the principles behind it.