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For instance, in maths, there are the Millennium Prize Problems, and quantum physics has the Open Quantum Problems. Which other fields are doing something similar, and how can we coordinate across fields?

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This contribution is looking for open questions *in* science. But is this a question *about* Open Science?
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I think making it easy to get an overview of the unsolved questions in a field is a laudable step towards open science, even if the approaches to address them are predominantly closed. We could well have a similar question about open questions in open science, though.

Whatever such lists of open quesitons exist, they are likely incomplete, i.e. they do not represent _all_ open questions anyway.

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