Thursday, October 30, 2008

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:

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.

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.



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