Open Science Week will begin on June 9!
People from around the open source community will share with us, starting on Monday, how open source is being used to better and improve the world of science—in areas of academia, research, access, software, and more.
Science experts will share how they are using the latest and greatest open source applications in their work, across their teams, and in the lab. Science geeks will share homemade projects and show us how open source technology was an integral part to their labors of love.
As you read, we invite you to share back with us, in our comments section, how you are using open source software, hardware, and other technologies. Or, tell us how an article has inspired you or given you new insight.
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Complete list of Open Science Week articles
What makes this journal the most open?
Open source electronics project: Oscilloscope
International team of scientists open sources search for malaria cure
4 ways to make open science easier
Mozilla's Science Lab is a hub for the open research community
Respected journal makes transition to open science
Scientists manage research with open source Zotero
Digital archaeology and open source
The value of open data in academic science
Collaborative science writing made easier with JotGit
Open digital science journal gains users
What's open source got to do with Earth science? NASA explains
A web platform for streamlining scientific workflows
Can we make research more like the web?
7 rules of thumb for your open science project
Can open science help patients and save pharma?
Some patients are eager to share their personal data
A Linux distribution for science geeks