open science

Release early, release often in scientific research
Why don't academics discuss research before starting the work? In a recent blog post, Jack Kelly asked this simple question, and it is a striking one for those of us who are familiar with collaborating at high levels as part of an open source community. One of the pillars of the open source way is... Read more
2 comments Posted 30 Dec 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
best open source in health and science from 2013
The year 2013 brought great progress for the adoption of open source in the health and science industries. We covered some excellent open source stories, here the highlights from 2013.
0 comments Posted 27 Dec 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
open source software for science
The first workshop on "Sustainable Software for Science: Practice and Experience," was held at the Supercomputing Conference in Denver, CO on November 17, 2013. This meeting was organized by the Software Sustainability Institute at the University of Edinburgh and the National Science Foundation to... Read more
0 comments Posted 16 Dec 2013 by Marcus D. Hanwell Feed
to compete or collaborate
A celebration of the open access movement, Open Access week hosts events that are aimed at highlighting how open access has transformed the landscape of society due to increased access to scientific research.
0 comments Posted 21 Oct 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
Open science research
Imagine a world in which reproducible, repurposable, open scientific research is the norm. Certainly there are potential stumbling blocks ahead: confidentiality of sensitive medical data embargoes on potentially high-risk research findings the conundrum of how to facilitate commercial applications... Read more
0 comments Posted 23 May 2013 by Sophie Kershaw Feed
Crowdsourcing science, open science
We are excited to announce the official launch of Crowdcrafting.org, an open source software platform—powered by our Pybossa technology—for developing and sharing projects that rely on the help of thousands of online volunteers.
0 comments Posted 22 May 2013 by Francois Grey Feed
to compete or collaborate
Chemistry is not the most open field of scientific endeavor; in fact, as I began working more in the area (coming from a background in physics), I was surprised with the norms in the field. As a PhD student way back in 2003, I simply wanted to draw a 3D molecular structure on my operating system of... Read more
3 comments Posted 25 Apr 2013 by Marcus D. Hanwell Feed
bees network
The United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organization headquarters in Paris recently hosted the launch of IMAGINARY, a new platform for collaborative mathematics and maths art, or open mathematics. The launch was part of the Mathematics of Planet Earth Day and the opening of the first... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Mar 2013 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed
open education resources
On February 23, I participated in my first hackathon event; not a coding event as typical of computer programmers, but an education hackathon—a "Course Sprint" where a group of 14 individuals (educators, open science advocates, community members, and students) collaborated to design and build an... Read more
0 comments Posted 11 Mar 2013 by Debbie Morrison Feed
fortune cookie
The Obama administration recently responded to a petition asking the government to "require free access over the Internet to scientific journal articles arising from taxpayer-funded research." I first heard about the petition on Google+, and am very proud to be signature #52. Back then 25,000... Read more
0 comments Posted 5 Mar 2013 by Marcus D. Hanwell Feed

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