GOSH Manifesto

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The Global Open Science Hardware (GOSH) movement seeks to reduce barriers between diverse creators and users of scientific tools to support the pursuit and growth of knowledge. These are our principles:

GOSH is accessible

Anyone can create, obtain, study, modify, distribute, use, and share designs of open science hardware projects.

Tools are open, free (libre), and licensed as such.

Our documents are understandable and communicative.

We share rather than act territorially.

For socioeconomic accessibility, materials are lowest cost and easy to obtain whenever possible.

Open Science Hardware is maintainable and repairable.

We follow the beliefs already established by open source software, free software, open science, and open hardware movements.

GOSH makes science better

Scientific experiments using open hardware are more reproducible, more comparable, and more likely to be replicated.

Comparing data across sectors, standards, and countries is more likely when using open hardware.

Reproducibility is a hallmark of good science, and open science hardware allows for greater reproducibility.

Open science hardware makes more science.

1,000 heads are better than 1.

GOSH is ethical

People have a right to knowledge, and thus a right to the tools to gain that knowledge.

Users align their technologies with their values by becoming creators.

The benefits of science should be shared with everyone, and cause no harm.

Open science hardware is open to everybody, without considerations of scholarly background, country, race, sex, or religion and does not tolerate discrimination on these grounds.

GOSH is used for peaceful purposes.

GOSH changes the culture of science

We advocate for open science, which requires open science hardware.

We move science toward communal, accessible, and collaborative practices, and away from territorial, proprietary, institutional, and individualistic practices.

We create more options for people to pursue research, both inside existing institutions (academia, NGOs, government, non-profit, start-up, business) and outside institutions altogether.

We make spaces for science beyond established institutions (e.g. academia and NGOs) so there are more options for research trajectories.

We broaden the methods of pursuing way we do science, so the ways of knowing from a wide range of people are part of knowledge creation, now and in the future.

GOSH democratizes science

More people and more types of people can take part in and benefit from science.

We break silos, both between disciplines and between types of institutions, bridging different domains of knowledge—you don’t have to be a “biologist” to do biology, or have a degree to do research.

Open science hardware decreases the divide between the global north and south, professionals and amateurs, particularly in low incomes countries.

Open science hardware puts local knowledge in action and contributes to cognitive justice.

Open science hardware allows a diversity of values and voices to ask research questions and to make technology.

GOSH has no high priests

We have community champions, not a central authority.

We are an active community invested in shared accomplishments.

We build on each other’s work rather than work in isolation.

The more, the merrier.

GOSH empowers people

To pursue research based on their interests.

To pursue research based on the needs of their communities.

To conduct research through many forms of support (including financial, personnel, time, material supports)

To achieve their ideas at low cost.

To understand how their tools work through borrowing, building, and sharing technology.

To have technological transparency and public oversight.

To build a movement.

GOSH has no black boxes

(”Black boxes” refer to any complex piece of equipment with contents that are mysterious to the user.
Technologies are open source.)

Through borrowing, building, and sharing technology, we understand how our tools work.

Building GOSH is a form of learning by doing.

Open Science Hardware increases technological transparency and public oversight.

GOSH is impactful tools

Technologies are adaptable and therefore can directly address local social and technical needs.

There is a direct link between what a community of users needs and science hardware because the community of users can access, change, adapt, and use the tools.

Open science hardware allows users to post knowledge and results early and often, allowing tools to be agile and responsive.

Open science hardware is designed to scale.

GOSH allows multiple futures for science

Research can happen in or out of the academy, in or out of the lab, in or out of commercial spaces.

GOSH changes the norms within established, institutional science where researchers openly share knowledge and technology.

With GOSH Indigenous/Non-scientist peoples can make research in their native language and adapted to their local context.

GOSH allows science to happen in places it would not usually happen.

GOSH aims to make cultural change so these opportunities are intergenerational.

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Anyone can join the Global Open Science Hardware movement! Undersigning this document means that you desire and aspire to work towards the principles outlined in the GOSH Manifesto.


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107Nguyen HungVietnamHCM City
106Romie LittrellUnited StatesThe Tech Museum of Innovation
105Alex GiordanoItalyRURALHUB
104Jenny MolloyUnited KingdomUniversity of Cambridge
103Mokhtar BachaFranceKantum SASU
102Luis SoenksenUnited StatesMassachusetts Institute of Technology
101Alain HotuaBelgique
100Clement QuinsonFranceElectrolab (Hackerspace/Makerspace)
99Karen BorgesBrasilIFRS/POALAB - FabLab
98Andre PeresBrazilIFRS/POALAB - Fab Lab
97Maria Ines CastilhoBrasilCentro de Tecnologia Acadêmica IF-UFRGS
96Marina de FreitasBrazilCentro de Tecnologia Acadêmica, Instituto de Física, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
95Emilie AbsilFrance
94Mickaël CubelFranceLes Petits Débrouillards ?=+
93Florian MoulinFrance
92Etienne Armand AmatoFranceUniversité Paris Est Marne-la-Vallée
91Kha TrươngVietnamStudent
90Jérôme GAULINFrance
89lea torayFrance
88Valentin Benozillo France
87Hiure QueirozBrazilSitio do Astronauta
86Lucas EversNetherlandsOpen Wetlab - Waag Society
85bureau d'études bureau d'étudesFrance
84Jean-Philippe BelassamiFranceIT Engineer and part time maker
83Marceau MinotFranceStudent
82Carole LabieFranceCitizen Creative Media
81Giuseppe FascillaItaly
80Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou CameroonProjet SOHA
79Mehdi JaberFranceinnovation manager, French public sector
78Céline LibéralFranceBT
77Luc JonveauxFranceindependent / echopen
76Mathieu GONNETFranceINRA
75francesca pellegrinoItalia72017
74Patrick CampbellUSA
73paz tornero
72Lucy PattersonGermanyScience Hack Day Berlin
71Leslie CacedaUnited States30307
70maria luiza fragosoBrazilufrj
69Rachel RosalenBrazilrural.scapes - lab in residence
68Kat Austen
67Denisa Kera
66Ewen ChardronnetFranceMakery
65Luc HenrySwitzerlandHackuarium
64Andrea PolliUSAThe University of New Mexico, Art and Ecology
63Shannon DosemagenUnited StatesPublic Lab
62Christoph LaibSwitzerland
61michel pauliCameroonassociation linux friends, limbe cameroon
60julian anibal henao garciaColombiaarmatostre
59isabelle desjeuxsingaporeindependent
58maya minderSwitzerland
57Rüdiger TrojokDeutschlandKIT-ITAS
56Omar OrtizMexicoDocking-Biohacking
55Jean-Baptiste LugagneFranceInria
54Gernot AbelDenmarkBiologigaragen
53Hauser JensDenmarkUniversity of Copenhagen
52Pedro SolerEcuadorUpayakuwasi
51Miha HorvatSloveniaFundacija Sonda - GT22
50TeZ MartinucciNetherlandsoptofonica
49Andrew PellingCanada
48Andrew QuitmeyerUnited States30307
47Marc DusseillerSwitzerlandCenter for Alternative Coconut Research
46Timo MenkeSwedenFilmform foundation
45Angela Pereira
44Martin Malthe BorchDenmarkBiologigaragen / REBBLS / CIID / DTU / ITU / KU /
43Juan Manuel GARCIA ARCOSFranceCRI
42Ryan FobelCanada
41João Vitor MolinoBrazilUniversity of São Paulo
40Marco MauroItalyopenQCM – Novaetech S.r.l.
39Cristian PadovanoItaliaLaboratory of Neuroproteomics - "F. Ferrari" Hospital
38Leonardo SehnBrazilCentro de Tecnologia Acadêmica IF/UFRGS and Laboratório de Meteorologia e Qualidade do Ar CEPSRM/UFRGS.
37Felipe FonsecaBrazilIBICT
36Alexandre Hannud AbdoBrazilLISIS-INRA (France)
35Bram CrevitsBelgiumlaboratorium.bio
34claudia gonzalezChile7770212
33Anthoniy ValFrance
32Juan JaramilloColombiaLa Jaquer EsCool
31Pieter Van Boheemen
30Omar VeraColombia
29jonathan kellerfrancecredof
28Aurora Thornhill
27Douglas Nacib Chaves JorgeBrazilUNESP Medical School
26Suresh GhimireNepalKarkhana
25Giedrius KavaliauskasLithuania
24Miguel Arturo CroceBrazilUniversity of São Paulo
23Antoine C.FranceVoosilla Experimental Project
22Luis Fernando Medina CardonaColombiaUniversidad Nacional de Colombia
21Alexander SimovicSerbiaFabLab Belgrade
20Ivana GadjanskiSerbia11000
19Quitterie largeteauFrance
18Urs GaudenzSwitzerlandGaudiLabs
17Leo BlondelFranceHarvard
16Luis Felipe R. MurilloBrazilBerkman Center for Internet and Society
15Andre Maia ChagasGermanyUniversity of Tuebingen
14Marc SantoliniFranceNortheastern University, Boston MA
13Ricardo GuimarãesBrazilGypsyLab AT
12Jorge MachadoBrazilUniversity of Sao Paulo
11Carlos WinterBrazilUniversity of Sao Paulo
10Javier SerranoSpainCERN
9Bengt SjölénSwedenindependent
8Tobias WenzelGermanyUniversity of Cambridge
7Richard BowmanUKUniversity of Cambridge
6Kshitiz KhanalNepalOpen Knowledge Nepal
5Rafael PezziBrazilCentro de Tecnologia Acadêmica IF/UFRGS and ALICE/CERN
4Puneet KishorUSAindependent
3Mikael FernstromIrelandUniversity of Limerick
2Greg AusticUSAPhotosynQ
1Max LiboironCanadaCivic Laboratory for Environmental Action Research (CLEAR)


This document has been placed in the public domain.


This document was created by consensus with people from the first GOSH meeting in 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland. Its creation was facilitated by Max Liboiron and Greg Austic, who remain the caretakers of the document.