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Posted Oct 16th 2013 | Comment
The World Wide Web has become a dissemination platform for scientific and non-scientific publications. However, most of the...
Posted by Alex Garcia-Castro | Oct 14th 2013
IBM has just launched the third sbv IMPROVER challenge (www.sbvimprover.com), theBiological Network Verification Challenge (NVC). The aim of this challenge is to develop and refine pathways using...
Posted Oct 14th 2013 | Comment
Authors: Matthew A Helsby
Joe R Fenn
Andrew D Chalmers
Research antibodies are used in a wide range of bioscience disciplines, yet it is common to hear dissatisfaction amongst researchers with...
Posted by Matt Helsby | Oct 9th 2013 | Comment
The National Academy of Sciences Board on Research Data and Information (BRDI; www.nas.edu/brdi) announces an open challenge to increase awareness of current issues and opportunities in research data...
Posted by Stephanie Hagstrom | Oct 3rd 2013 | Comment
Author: Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
...while many pieces of the publications puzzle are yielding to scrutiny, the peer-review process itself is not. "Nothing much has changed in 25 years," says Ana...
Posted Oct 2nd 2013 | Comment
Author: Ellyssa Kroski
Posted Sep 20th 2013 | Comment
VIVO is hiring! Project Director, VIVO
DuraSpace is seeking a dynamic and entrepreneurial Project Director for the open source! VIVO project. http://vivoweb.org/blog/2013/09/vivo-hiring
Posted by Stephanie Hagstrom | Sep 13th 2013 | Comment
FORCE11 is a community working together in support of the goal of advancing scholarly communication. The website has been set up for this growing community to gather and disseminate information. We...
Posted Sep 13th 2013 | Comment
Hi! as HackYourPhD, p2p Foundation, Open Science Federation and other fellas we propose two ideas for the Session B at the Open Knowledge Conference in Geneve [ #OkCon ], on the last day, ...