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Tag Archives: Open Science
Many faculty members around the world — about 2900 as of this moment — have in the past few days signed a pledge to boycott Elsevier, a major commercial academic publisher. The list of signatories to date is impressive and … Continue reading
The British Library has an exhibit on the evolution of scientific research. Highlighted on the site are short (~ 4 min) videos about new methods of doing research and data-driven science, the role of the research library in support of … 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
FigShare allows you to share all of your data, negative results and unpublished figures. In doing this, other researchers will not duplicate the work, but instead may publish with your previously wasted figures, or offer collaboration opportunities and feedback on … Continue reading
from the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI): Liz Lyon’s presentation Codes, Clouds and Constellations: Open Science in the Data Decade can be accessed from: YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBqaEShIexQ or Vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/11242487
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