Policy Developments on Open Science in Japan
Since the signing of the joint statement on open scientific research data at the G8 Science Minister's meeting in 2013, several policy developments on Open Science have taken place in Japan. Listed below are the major policy papers and reports on Open Science in Japan, including that of the Science Council of Japan (SCJ), which indicates the viewpoint of academics. Policy papers on "Open Access to Research Publications" and "Long-term Preservation of Research Data," which share the ideals of Open Science, are also listed.
Policy Developments in Japan
|June 2013||A joint statement by the G8 Science Ministers on making research data open ⇒ Japan signed the statement|
|March 2015||Cabinet Office, "Promoting Open Science in Japan"
⇒ Follow-up discussions have been take place since 2015
|January 2016||"The 5th Science and Technology Basic Plan" ⇒ Open Science has been promoted in order to reinforce the intellectual infrastructure|
|February 2016||Council for Science and Technology, "Promoting Open Access to Academic Information"|
|July 2016||Science Council of Japan (SCJ), "Recommendations Concerning an Approach to Open Science that Will Contributes to Open Innovation"|
|June 2017||Cabinet Office, "Comprehensive Strategy for Scientific and Technological Innovation 2017"|