Posts Tagged ‘science 2.0’

March 23, 2011 0

Bollocks to waiting 10 years for progress

By in e-Science, Early-adopter, Open data, Social Media, Software, Web 2.0, Wikis

Tweet Open Data warrior Mark Hahnel (@science3point0), the creator of FigShare, explains in this guest post the motivation behind the project and asks researchers why they aren’t publishing their research data. I read a good quote the other day: “Bollocks to waiting 10 years for progress. I want people to know about it now, and [...]

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July 14, 2008 5

Science in the 21st Century

By in CFP, Conferences, Social Media, Web 2.0

Tweet (Conference announcement via Gerry McKiernan) Science in the 21st Century: Science, Society, and Information Technology Waterloo, Ontario, Sep 8-12, 2008. Times are changing. In the earlier days, we used to go to the library, today we search and archive our papers online. We have collaborations per email, hold telephone seminars, organize virtual networks, write [...]

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