Blogosphere and ONS in Nature today
Maxine Clarke did a brief write-up coming out today in Nature 455, xi (30 October 2008) on our Open Notebook Science work:
The timing on that question was very fortunate since I have not done a full experiment in the lab myself in a while, except for my visit last month in Southampton in Cameron Neylon's lab.
Is your science ready for total transparency? Jean-Claude Bradley, a chemist at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, works on the synthesis of new antimalarial compounds using Open Notebook Science — a practice that makes all aspects of experiments and lab notebooks publicly available online.
During a question-and-answer session on the Sceptical Chymist blog, Nature Chemistry associate editor Neil Withers asked him when he last did an experiment in the lab.
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