The human genome specifies more than 500 kinases, enzymes that can manipulate protein activity. More than 400 of them are understudied, even though more knowledge about them could unlock a wave of drug innovation. Scientists are trying to fix that—the open source way.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at the release of LibreOffice 5, a personal food computer, Creative Common's open letter to President Obama, and more. Open source news roundup for August 1 - 7, 2015
In this year's series, learn more about how science is evolving through open source.
A list of 16 awesome open science projects you may have missed. Plus, three bonus reads. These are bookmark-worthy, folks.
Take a look at two open source applications that bring the far reaches of space a little bit closer.
NASA intern Lauren Egts shares how she used open source LidarViewer for 3D data visualization.
The applications and capabilities of UAVs are advancing at a phenomenal rate, and the cost of these systems is decreasing at an equally impressive rate. The Dronecode Foundation aims to keep them open.
Elon Musk, the SpaceX CEO and founder, announces a design competition for his revolutionary open source Hyperloop transportation concept. It will take place in 2016.
Open source navigation tool OpenCPN is changing boating for weekend warriors and serious seafarers alike.
Three US Air Force Research Laboratory interns are exploring how open source-powered virtual reality can help students and researchers collaborate.