Monthly meetings held at Oxford e-Research Centre, 7 Keble Road,
Join us for informal discussion on open science in a digital age. Maybe you’re looking at ways to share scientific data more effectively, planning a project involving citizen crowd sourcing, want to make your research as accessible as possible or maybe you’re just interested in how openness and transparency could change the way we do science, come along and explore.
Our first session of the year will introduce the way in which the web changes how we measure the impact of our research.
|24 Apr||Altmetrics: Can we drop the “alternative”?||Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, F1000|
|22 May||[TBC] HackyourPhD||Vincent Adams, UCL|
|19 Jun||Does open science promote innovation?||Chas Bountra, University of Oxford|
|24 Jul||A content mining revolution||Peter Murray-Rust, University of Cambridge|
|21 Aug||DIY Bio: Open hardware meets open science||William Beaufoy, London BioHackers|
|25 Sep||Crowdcrafting experiments||Cyrus Hirjibehedin, UCL|
|23 Oct||Open science in developing countries||Jenny Molloy, University of Oxford|
|27 Nov||Content Mining: Scholarly Data Liberation Workshop||Iain Emsley and Peter Murray-Rust|
For discussion of all things open science consider joining the OKFN Open Science mailing list.
This is a medium volume list with occasional flurries of activity so do consider the digest option. For a taste of the kind of discussions that come up, take a look at the list archives.
Check out the following websites:
evolutionofscience.org has a great run down of the key areas of open science.
OKFN Open Science working group has links to open science projects and info.
Open Science Federation has a very active Google+ account for all the latest news and updates.