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The popular term "Open Science" refers to a fast-growing movement with the noble intention of promoting unrestricted access to scientific research, data and dissemination during the various phases of the research process, from data collection through the analysis and publication of results. The paper reviews the interpretations and components of Open Science, such as Open Data, Open Source, Open Access, Open Peer Review, etc., and points out their relevance to libraries. It focuses on issuesdoi:10.7282/t3tm7dgn fatcat:5lpikwgctvazhgaypilmqbvtf4