You can now sync your twitter, facebook, flickr and youtube accounts with your Science 3.0 account, the details are here: http://www.science3point0.com/blog... - I think we now offer more that friendfeed in terms of a platform for those interested in Science 2.0. I welcome arguments to the contrary, thats how we're gonna move forward.
If your PhD supervisor moves abroad for a few months, what web tool/application/site would you recommend him that could help him manage the workflow of the lab, schedule online talks, see how things are going at home?
What is considered the best-practice copyright for published papers? CC-BY? CC0? I need to know what sentence to add to conference publication: "You should add in your own copyright information, as you are NOT transferring copyright to ASIST."
Found my way back to Nature networks this morning, and find my general frame for scientific writing has shifted quite a bit. While I train undergrads to write in science, I do not subscribe to the idea that all science should be written for a general audience.
I have just received an email about a proposal to fix "peer review system by requiring authors to 'pay' for their submissions with credits 'earned' by performing reviews." The description entitled "Pubcreds: Fixing the Peer Review Process by 'Privatizing' the Reviewer Commons" by Jeremy Fox and Owen L. Petchey is attached. I'll paste the abstract...
Would be interested to hear what you think. Open science conferences cater to those who already 'get' social media and unconferences. We'd like to create a 'biotechcamp' in San Diego and hopefully get more outside the 'inner circle.' Mary Canady BarcampSD 7 'Crowdsourcing Cat Herding' on Vimeo - http://www.vimeo.com/13245174
If you are in bioinformatics (or anything really), and are not associated with a University, what services and databases you'd like to have and use, but they cost money (so you don't, or you pay while cussing and cursing because it's impossible to work without)?
via Fb, 1st published Manuscript by Dr Bertalan Meskó is "Peripheral blood gene expression patterns discriminate among chronic inflammatory diseases and healthy controls and identify novel targets" and can be found in BMC Medical Genomics. Go Berci, go... #openaccesshttp://www.biomedcentral.com/1755-87...