science

Jan
25

Science publishing ripe for disruption?

I wonder how long scientific publishers can cling to their existing models when they’re eliciting this level of active
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May
18

#next11 - An API to your body's data

David Rowan tried to build a compelling case for gathering and sharing data about yourself, because it can benefit both
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Dec
09

LeWeb: Brain Waves. Literally.

Ever wanted to control your computer by your brain alone? Ariel Garten, CEO of Interaxon, is showing us that it
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Sep
04

Science Online: Break, Chat & Shoes

Tommy Gibbons & Aleks Krotoski chatting during a coffee break at Science Online. Note the shoes she bought to match
Sep
04
Science Online: Bloggers, Commenters and the Reputation Game

Science Online: Bloggers, Commenters and the Reputation Game

This slideshow requires JavaScript. I dropped into one of the unconference sessions, looking at engaging with your readers (of obvious
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Sep
04
Science Online: Cultures Clash over Infographics

Science Online: Cultures Clash over Infographics

Today’s been an interesting contrast with yesterday. dConstruct was very much a temple of the converted, discussing elements of
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Mar
24
Ada Lovelace Day: Lisa Jardine

Ada Lovelace Day: Lisa Jardine

*This post is my contribution to Ada Lovelace Day in which over a thousand bloggers are celebrating the women they
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Feb
25

Social Networks & Children's Brains

Ah, nothing like a [rational, calm, provable headline](http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1153583/Social-websites-harm-childrens-brains-Chilling-warning-parents-neuroscientist.html) to boost the
Sep
12

Free Medical Journals From Reed

Good news from other parts of the vast Reed Empire. Reed Elsevier, which does all that pricey scientific publishing, is
Jun
30

Ways to Warm to Wikipedia

The good Doctor Tinworth, my wife Lorna, has told me many times how Wikipedia is becoming a battleground in universities,
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