Open Research - used interchangeably with Open Science - is a set of values and practices that seek to make research easily discoverable, transparent, publicly available and re-usable. The aim of our Open Research initiative is to foster a collaborative and inclusive research culture; to spur innovation and creativity; and, where applicable, to support the reproducibility of research findings.
Getting started with Open Research
Find out information on the Open Research in Practice module and register for other Open Research training sessions.
Meet the teams of experts that support Open Research at Surrey, and get help on Open Research queries.
Research data management and sharing
Understand the steps to making your research discoverable.
Evidencing your research and innovation
Understand the responsible use of research and innovation metrics, the University’s commitment to DORA, and the actions we are taking to support this.
The Résumé for Researchers (R4R) Narrative CV approach is a new format of CV, which aims to capture the quality, significance and impact of a broad set of researchers’ contributions.
Engaging with Open Research
Discover how our researchers employ open, transparent and reproducible approaches.