‘No Fee Science’ – interview with Christopher Stevens
Holder of master’s degree in Philosophy of Science and the Mind at the Université Paris-Sorbonne, Christopher James Stevens is now a PhD student in Aline Marighetto’s team (Neurocentre Magendie) but he is simultaneously working on a philosophy PhD under the supervision of Barbara Stiegler at the Université Bordeaux-Montaigne.
He is an initiator of the No Fee Science movement – a campaign for more profound Open Science. The No Fee Science manifesto was the first grassroots francophone Open Science initiative of its kind.
He was interviewed by OSCU (Open Science community Utrecht) to get his perspective on why Open Science should be completely free, both for scientists seeking to publish and for potential readers.