This year's Open Science series features great stories like Elon Musk's Hyperloop transportation system and the future of drones and open source at the Dronecode Foundation. And, our team answers the question, "What is open science, anyway?"
But you want even more open science goodness, don't you? Of course! So, here are 16 awesome open science projects you may have missed. Plus, three bonus reads. These are bookmark-worthy, folks.
Fedora Scientific is a Linux distribution specifically designed for enabling open science.
F1000Research, a scientific journal with a strong focus on open access and life sciences, operates quite differently than even the average open access journal.
A couple of years ago, Bryan Reeves needed an oscilloscope for a 500W Tesla coil electronics project he was working on.
The Open Source Malaria (OSM) team searches for an antimalarial drug candidate suitable for Phase 1 clinical trials.
Kaitlin Thaney, director of the Mozilla Science Lab, answers how can we best address the bottlenecks slowing down scientific research.
Scientific journal Nature Methods goes from closed to open, embracing open science practices with the purpose of enabling true reproducible research.
Steven Ovadia of My Linux Rig shares how he uses this tool to capture research and generate bibliographies.
OpenStack is a powerful tool for managing scientific infrastructure.
The Digital Index of North American Archaeology is an index of linked open data citations and ontological connections.
Making it easy to use Git to track and publish everything related to a scientific paper.
The medical image community embraces open source as a standard practice with the adoption of the Insight Toolkit (ITK).
Apache Open Climate Workbench is an effort to develop a software library that facilitates climate model evaluation using model and observational datasets.
The Center for Open Science (COS) is building free and open tools to make research more efficient.
A talk about Mozilla’s Science Lab, Software Carpentry, and more.
Guidelines related to the Science Code Manifesto that apply to MATLAB and other programming languages and environments.
Open Humans is a project that grew out of the Personal Genome Project, which seeks to answer how share while protecting privacy.
3 bonus reads
The benefits of working in the open for science outweigh how hard it can be.
Delft University of Technology is one of the many academic institutions joining a force of dedicated people making significant contributions to finding responsible solutions to societal problems.
How we improve efficiency in pharma R&D while protecting patient safety and research quality.