In conclusion, according to Tennant ” the debate must focus on the founding values of science and on how these can be promoted through the creation of an environment where researchers can work creatively and be free to fail “.
And to avoid any misunderstanding, he clarifies: ” open science is not really anything other than science . It is simply science carried forward in the way it should be carried out, for the benefit of society and our world. Everyone benefits from a culture of sharing, freedom, equity, collaboration. Now the researchers have the task of taking control of the system and making this culture the new norm “.