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SORTEE member voices – Bárbara Freitas

[SORTEE member voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: Bárbara Freitas.   Date: 07 July 2021.   Position: PhD Student.   Research and/or work interests: Evolutionary biology; Speciation; Bioacoustics.   What’s an open science practice or topic that you’ve changed your views on within the last few years? Why? Providing the package version that was used in each step of our work. My colleagues and I were trying to apply the methodology described in an article to our own data, and we were wasting too much time trying to find the correct version of each package that had been used.

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SORTEE member voices – David Nash

[SORTEE member voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: David Nash.   Date: 07 July 2021.   Position: Associate Professor (Lektor).   Research and/or work interests: Coevolution, Mutualism, Social parasitism, Entomology, Social insects, Butterflies, Conservation, biodiversity assessment.   How did you become interested in open research? Through general philosophy of science.     Do you have a favorite non-human organism? What is it and why is it your favorite?

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SORTEE member voices – César González-Lagos

[SORTEE member voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: César González-Lagos.   Date: 07 July 2021.   Position: Academic.   Research and/or work interests: Behavioral Ecology, Global Change.   What strategies/approaches do you think are most likely to lead to a research culture change? Incentives from funding agencies, work places but also recognition from the research community.     Where were you born and raised?

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SORTEE member voices – Bawan Amin

[SORTEE member voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: Bawan Amin.   Date: 07 July 2021.   Position: PhD-candidate.   Research and/or work interests: Animal behaviour and ecology, mainly focusing on patterns at the individual level.   How did you become interested in open research? It was about the time of my second masters thesis (2016-2017) when I started to see that academia worked differently from what I would have expected.

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