Tuesday, January 13, 2009

CBCnews Article on Science2.0

Grant Buckler's Jan 8, 2009 article on "Science 2.0: New online tools may revolutionize research" just appeared on CBCnews.ca
Quotes by Michael Nielsen, Corie Lok, Benoit Pirenne, Eva Amsen and Jean-Claude Bradley. Open Notebook Science gets a mention:
"What we do is we make our lab notebooks open and available to the public pretty much in real time," says Jean-Claude Bradley, an associate professor of chemistry at Drexel University in Philadelphia and a pioneer of open-notebook science who gets about 200 visitors a day to the wiki that contains his lab notes.

Open notebooks let scientists see what others are doing and sometimes help each other with problems, Bradley says.

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