Open science/External Links
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- Principles for open science at Science Commons
- Corpus callosum: 1st edition of open science round-up — a blog carnival contribution on open science, by Shirley Wu
- What, exactly, is Open Science? — a blog post on the definition and scope of Open Science
- The Future of science is open, Part 1: Open Access — first of a three-part blog post series by Bill Hooker on 3 Quarks Daily, dealing with the needs for and of open science
- Science in the open — a presentation by Cameron Neylon on general aspects of Open Science
- Open Notebook Science — a presentation by Jean-Claude Bradley on practical aspects of doing chemistry in the open
- Chelsea Wald (2010). "Scientists Embrace Openness". Science Careers (2010-04-09). DOI:10.1126/science.caredit.a1000036. Research Blogging.
- Provides an introductory overview of Open notebook science, focused on its practitioners. Covers the possibility of being scooped and exposes the benefits of open research in most of its variants: open science, open data, open access, open source.
- A lively discussion of the article is here, which broadens the subject to a comparison of open research and open journalism. Participants: The author, her editor, scientists, educators and patient advocates.
- A blog post on practical aspects of doing open science
- Open science - a broadcast by ABC Radio