Posts tagged ‘open science’

OPEN proposal online

December 10th, 2007

Just saw that the proposal for the Open Practises E-science Network (OPEN) is online at Nature Precedings. Nice job, guys!

I really enjoy the discussions and ideas about Open Science and Open Knowledge etc. in the web. Hopefully it will change the way how we communicate and do science. On the other hand I see the problem that these discussions are mainly done by the 31337 web-addicted scientists while the majority of scientists is not […]

Although I have not been out of office for so long (CCCamp and some other stuff) my dear office mates had the felling I am permanently on the road. During the last time I collected some topics I would like to write about, which I will do today. Here are some links I just want […]

EN: A presentation by Heather Piwowar at Nature Precedings directed my attention to a PLoS ONE article about data sharing and its effect on the citation rate by her [1]. Now as we have a proof that publishing data increases the amount of citations, more people are hopefully motivated to do so. Unfortunately I think […]

Nature Precedings

June 18th, 2007

EN: As announced on Nasecent the preprint-server Nature Preceedings is officially launched now: Nature Precedings is a place for researchers to share pre-publication research, unpublished manuscripts, presentations, posters, white papers, technical papers, supplementary findings, and other scientific documents. Submissions are screened by our professional curation team for relevance and quality, but are not subjected to […]