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Tag Archives: Biology
In the UO Science Library blog I try to highlight new open access science journals as I hear about them. If one looks relevant to innovations in visualizing, preserving, presenting or sharing data, I’ll also include them here. Here’s a … Continue reading
The NIEHS is seeking input on ways to encourage broader data sharing among researchers in the field of environmental health sciences who are conducting clinical or epidemiologic studies. Input is being sought from the environmental health science extramural research community … Continue reading
The Science Libraries will be hosting two sessions by Microsoft Research on May 24, to explore “Interdisciplinary Computing and Open Science”. Sessions will be from 10:30 – noon, and 1:30 – 3 pm, in room B90. Please register for the … Continue reading
Science: Will Computers Crash Genomics? Should research focus on data analysis as much as or more than on data generation? The capacity to process and analyze data has not kept up to speed with the volume of data produced through … Continue reading
I attended the Science Commons Symposium a few weeks back, which gave me a chance to meet several chemists who use Open Notebook Science (ONS). This, along with the recent seminar by Jim Reichman, got me thinking about Open Science … Continue reading
Jim Reichman spoke for one of the CEEB (Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) seminars at the UO on March 29, and was kind enough to provide me with a copy of his slides on the topic: Science 2.0: the … Continue reading