Why Three Top Science Philanthropies Think Open Source Software’s a Good Investment

An interview with InsidePhilanthropy

Inside Philanthropy’s Paul Karon speaks with Amy Bernard, director of life sciences at The Kavli Foundation, about funding open-source software and projects that have applications in neuroscience. As part of the foundation’s Open Data in Neuroscience program, we recently announced awardees in the Essential Open-Source Software for Science (EOSS) grant program, in partnership with the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Wellcome Trust and the Research Software Alliance.

Bernard remarks on the opportunity to take part in the EOSS program, expanding funding and increasing the awards to the many “excellent projects out there.”

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