Open letter to the WHOSTP and Subcommittee on Open Science

Statistics

Total signatures: 1478.

By position:
Professor (or other Faculty) : 601
Student : 346
Postdoc : 213
Anything else (enter below) : 159
Nonprofit : 46
By country (verified):
United States : 529
United Kingdom : 130
Canada : 61
Australia : 24
Germany : 15

Details

By position

Country Signature count
Professor (or other Faculty) 601
Student 346
Postdoc 213
Anything else (enter below) 159
Nonprofit 46
Industry 44
Government 10
Physician 6

By country

Country Signature count
United States 529
United Kingdom 130
Canada 61
Australia 24
Germany 15
Netherlands 10
Switzerland 10
Brazil 8
Italy 6
France 5
Israel 5
India 4
Spain 4
Sweden 4
Ireland 3
Finland 2
Egypt 2
Austria 2
China 2
Belgium 2
Poland 2
Saudi Arabia 1
Greece 1
Malaysia 1
Bangladesh 1
Singapore 1
New Zealand 1
South Africa 1
Korea, Republic of 1
Mexico 1
Costa Rica 1
Colombia 1
Hong Kong 1
Turkey 1

Recent signatures

Name Institution Position Comment
Nicole Coates Massachusetts Institute of Technology Student
Denisse Lopez Harvard University Research Assistant
Thomas Clark Massachusetts Institute of Technology Student
Ariel Fuchs MIT Student
Jordan Wilke MIT Student
Cloos Nathan MIT Student
Emma Yu Harvard University Lab Manager
Andrii Zahorodnii MIT Student
Joanne LaVine Beautiful Quitters Addictions Coaching Nonprofit In honor of Aaron Schwartz and for the benefit of all lifetime learners I endorse this heroic development in intellectual freedom!
Saransh Gupta Ashoka University Research Software Developer
Mike Fliss UNC Injury Prevention Center / NC Division of Public Health Professor (or other Faculty)
Chun-Hsien Hsu National Central University Professor (or other Faculty)
Bryan Nova Industry With paywalls, I never would have started developing my idea for evolving generalized self-organizing recurrent spiking computation graphs
Avisha Student
Benno Riha Delft University of Technology Student
Tanaya Batabyal University of Warsaw Student
Marcin Miłkowski Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences Professor (or other Faculty)
Przemysław Tomalski Institute of Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences Professor (or other Faculty) I welcome this initiative as a likely game-changer in the publication model for science. We urgently need a major overhaul of how research results are distributed and published to promote best and most thought-provoking work.
Yann Sweeney Nature Editor
David Muth retired Data Scientist
Nancy MacKenzie Student
Ginny Steel UCLA Library University Librarian
Swarag T Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pine Student
Alok Singh UC Berkeley Industry
Allfrey Simon formerly of UCLA Industry
Sherry H Lake University of Virginia Librarian
Anatoly Buchin Cajal Neuroscience Industry
Zhen-Qi Liu McGill University Student
Ryan Cubero Institute of Science and Technology Austria Postdoc
Hari Kalidindi Universite Catholique de Louvain Postdoc Academic publishing is broken and is running in a zombie mode from for-profit publishers whose only objective is profit maximization without any objective improvement in how science is communicated within research groups or to general public/policy makers.
Ashena Gorgan Mohammadi Student
Vivian Yuen
Tyler Walters Virginia Tech
Cristiana Dimulescu TU Berlin Student
Vitor Ferreira Imperial College London Student
Nikola Jajcay National Institute of Mental Health, Czechia Postdoc
Tom Smith Imperial College London Postdoc
Alexander Christensen Imperial College London Postdoc
Jacob Cook Imperial College London Postdoc
Samraat Pawar Imperial College London Professor (or other Faculty)
Jay Miller Industry
Emily Creel Mississippi State University Student
Verena Claudia Haage Columbia University Postdoc
Dat Ng Shiga University Student
Mohit Kulkarni IIT Kanpur Student
Ulrik Beierholm Durham University Professor (or other Faculty)
Maryrose Franko Health Research Alliance Nonprofit
Kent Campbell UT-Battelle Prime Contractor
Jarrod Moss Mississippi State University Professor (or other Faculty)
Lorenzo Picinali Imperial College London Professor (or other Faculty)