Scientific Publications 3.0

March 4th, 2009 by dario is hosting an (sponsored by the Liquid Publications project) on the impact of Web 2.0 technologies on the format of a scientific paper and, more generally, on their effect on knowledge production practices in the scientific community.

It currently features three target articles open to online discussion:

  1. by WIRED editor-in-chief Chris Anderson
  2. by MediaCommons founder Kathleen Fitzpatrick
  3. by philosopher and IP expert David Koepsell
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One Response to “Scientific Publications 3.0”

  1. KateNo Gravatar Says:

    I read ” Back to Basics: How Technology and the Open Source Movement Can Save Science” and feel really inspired. I do think we should have a system where the scientists can demo the process of their research instead of just a result. I think using online data sharing and collaboration tool can help them keep track of every step of their research and help them have detailed, data-based discussion of their research. If anyone is interested in online research collaboration and data sharing, you can visit We need your support to change the way we do science.

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