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Episode 13 - Zenodo: Pioneering Open access and Open data by hosting the world's research

Episode 13 - Zenodo: Pioneering Open access and Open data by hosting the world's research

Update: 2018-03-15
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In this episode we interviewed [Krzysztof Nowak](https://twitter.com/knlinux), developer for [Zenodo](https://zenodo.org/). We have talked about Zenodo in our 5th episode [Lab Scribbles: Real-time open access science](http://blog.colperscience.com/2017/07/27/lab-scribbles-rachel/) during an interview with Dr. Rachel Harding. Zenodo is a platform funded by CERN and OpenAire. Its purpose is to host experimental and research data, primarily from CERN projects but Zenodo actually welcomes all kinds of datasets, codes, presentations and documents without discrimination.

During this interview with Krzysztof, we first started by exploring the history of Zenodo, how it all began, and the challenges Zenodo met during its evolution. We then talked about Zenodo today: number of users, amount of datasets, kind of datasets, most dominant fields of study, etc.
We also discussed the links between Zenodo, its values and the Open Science methodology. Finally, we finished the interview by talking about futures plans and challenges for Zenodo, and asked Krzysztof to share with us his favorite dataset from Zenodo.

Complete blogpost: http://blog.colperscience.com/zenodo-krzysztof
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Episode 13 - Zenodo: Pioneering Open access and Open data by hosting the world's research

Episode 13 - Zenodo: Pioneering Open access and Open data by hosting the world's research

Kambiz Chizari, Ilyass Tabiai