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Keynote given at the Munin conference in Tromsø, Norway in November 2011. Describes an overview of the technology and social challenges of scholarly communication in a networked world and discusses ...

Keynote given at the Munin conference in Tromsø, Norway in November 2011. Describes an overview of the technology and social challenges of scholarly communication in a networked world and discusses social filtering and discovery technologies that might help with scholarly communication information overload.

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  • I need to publish more and read less Cameron Neylon - Munin Conference Tromsø - 22 November 2011Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • technologies...p://www.flickr.com/photos/cappellmeister/39508741 CC-BY Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • conceptual changes...http://www.flickr.com/photos/ivanwalsh/4509575889 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...central principle.http://www.flickr.com/photos/mkumm/2709555496 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • But first.Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • @communicating Plausible Accuracy PIERRE LINDENBAUM Mummi Thorissson John Fabiana Kubke Richard Grant Pedro Beltrao Neil Saunders Steve Wilson @gnat Branwen Hide Simon Coles Dupuis Simon Philips Pawel Szcsesny Paul Miller Tony Hey Jeremy Frey Nico Adams Richard Akerman Cavalli Gabriel JonMat Todd Stephen BrennerTim O’Reilly Noel Gorelick Dave de Roure Rich ApodacaUdell ISIS LSS Group Jeremiah Faith Jean-Claude Bradley Nicholas Cole Michael Barton JOHN WILLINSKY Phil Lord Victoria  Stodden Martyn Bull Stephen Friend David CrottyClay Shirky @t John Cumbers Bora Chris Leonard Grace BaynesEva Amsen Egon  Willighagen Mark Borkum Brian Kelly Tony Williams Dan Hagon Maxine Clarke Andrew Milsted Zivkovic Mitch Koch Lab Michael Nielsen Martin Fenner Steph Hannon WaldropGreg Wilson Brian Matthews Leigh Dodds Bill Hooker Glyn Moody Yaroslav Nikolaev Jenny Rohn Rafael Sidi Lee Smolin Frank NormanRicardo Vidal Iain Emsley Paulo Nuin Ariel Waldmann Timo HannayKen Shankland Lorie LeJeune Jonathan Gray PT Sefton Microsoft STFC Deepak Singh Shirley Wu ISIS Computing Group Helen Berman Andrew Peter Binfield Benjamin Good Dorothea Salo Liz Lyons PLoSKasarskis Jen Dodd Lee Dirks Peter Murray-Rust Richard Akerman Carole Goble Jon Eisen Jenny Hale Lakshmi Shastry Steve Koch NPG Ben Goldacre Chad OrzelBill Flanagan Jon Tansley Michael Eisen Matt Wood SciFoo 2008/9 Friendfeed Hope Leman Rufus Pollock Victor HenningGoogle Björn Brembs Jo BadgeAllyson Lister Lisa Green TIM HUBBARD Rebecca Goulding campers Euan Adie John Andy Powell Harry Collins Gavin Bell Jim Downing Matt Johnson Wilbanks Mike Ellis DUNCAN HULL Garret Lisi Jamie McQuay ALAN CANN Catherine Jones Andrew Farke Gavin Baker Peter Suber Sabine HossenfelderFlickr The BioGangKevin KellyPaul Walk Arfon Smith Kaitlin Thaney Richard Curry Atilla Csordas Ian MulvanyWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Who am I?Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • I live in Bathhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/andypowe11/3915450391Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • I work at RALWednesday, 14 December 11
  • I work on...Wikimedia Commons Wikimedia CommonsSuccinate_Dehydrogenase_1YQ3_and_Membrane.png MGMT BDNA_1T38.pngWednesday, 14 December 11
  • I work on...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • I work on...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • I write grants...http://www.flickr.com/photos/59937401@N07/5929622407 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...and papers...http://flickr.com/photos/nicmcphee/2756494307/ CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • 39 Presentations ~100,000 views Slideshare - http://slideshare.net/CameronNeylon/presentationsWednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://cameronneylon.netWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Papers are not enough...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...software...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...data...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Need to communicate...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • all the pieces...http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/3184362622 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Need to maximise “impact”...http://www.flickr.com/photos/babasteve/3140688308 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • But that’s ok...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • We have new tools...http://www.flickr.com/photos/kylemay/1430449350 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Many new ways and places to publish...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • So...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Sortase-Mediated Ligation group, and finally attachment to the solid support. In addition the use of intein based methods as well as the preparation of the solid support for Staudinger ligation often require reagents such as phosphines or thiophenols that are toxic and difficult to handle. Therefore there remains a significant need for robust and simple methodologies for protein immobilization that can be applied to wide range of proteins and solid supports. The identification of the Sortase transpeptidase [19] provided an alternative approach to protein ligation. Sortases recognise a specific peptide sequence (LPETG for SrtA of S. aureus used in this work) in proteins targeted for covalent attachment to the cell wall peptidoglycan. The peptide tag sequence is cleaved and then ligated to the pentaglycine moiety on the peptidoglycan precursor Lipid II. Proteins expressed with the C-terminal recognition sequence can be covalently attached to a wide range of constructs with an N-terminal glycine amide motif including peptides [20], PNA [21], full length proteins [22] and small molecule substrates [23]. Another group has independently described an Figure 1. Ligation of fluorescent proteins to polymer beads. (a) GMA example of Sortase mediated ligation to a beaded solid support [22]. beads modified with one, two, or four glycine residues were incubated These reactions proceed under aqueous conditions without the with EGFP-LPETGG-His6 and Sortase. Samples were taken at specific addition of any further reagents beyond the protein, ligation time points and analyzed on a BD FACSAria. Controls contained beads substrate, and Sortase. Thus Sortase has the potential to provide with no glycine or diglycine beads without Sortase. Error bars showing a means of linking expressed proteins to a wide range of solid the standard error in the mean fluorescence are omitted as they are supports which is mild, selective, and can be carried out in a single generally smaller than the data symbols. Errors are given in Supplementary Data S2. step. Here we investigate the ability of S. aureus SrtA to ligate proteins doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001164.g001 to a range of solid supports. sequence unrelated to TerB in binding buffer (50 mM Tris-HCl, RESULTS 250 mM KCl, 0.1 mM EDTA, 0.1 mM DTT, pH 9). The total Plasmid vectors were constructed for the expression of Blue DNA concentration (Ter plus nonspecific DNA) was 100 nM for fluorescent protein (BFP, Q-Biogene), Enhanced Green Fluores- all samples. The fluorescein and Cy5 fluorescence of the beads was ...when we publish... cent Protein (EGFP), a red fluorescent protein (DsRed), and the determined by FACS analysis. Non-specific DNA binding was sequence specific DNA binding protein Tus [24] with a C- very low in all cases, consistent with the low affinity of Tus for non- terminal LPETGG sequence followed by a hexahistidine tag. The specific DNA in 250 mM KCl [25]. Ter binding showed proteins were expressed in BL21(DE3) and purified before a concentration dependence that was consistent with an attachment to solid supports. equilibrium dissociation constant of 2968 nM (Figure 3), which Our first target was the immobilization of proteins onto cross- compares well with values of KD measured by fluorescence linked polymer beads. Glycidyl methacrylate (GMA) beads were anisotropy (,15 nM at 37uC) or Biacore (,1 nM at 25uC) [25]. modified with a spacer followed by one, two, or four glycine To demonstrate attachment to other solid supports a beaded residues. Mono-glycine, di-glycine, and tetra-glycine beads were agarose affinity support (Affi-Gel 102 resin, Bio-Rad) was modified incubated with EGFP-LPETGG-His6 (85 mM) and His6-Sortase AWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...publish the data...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...in the right places...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...the software...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...and all the rest?Wednesday, 14 December 11
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  • http://usefulchem.wikispaces.com/Exp207 Flickr tag: UC207Wednesday, 14 December 11
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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuartpilbrow/3345896050 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • This is not sustainable...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • “I need to publish more”Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...not work more...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • We have...http://www.flickr.com/photos/schnurrbart/43568532 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • A resource problem...http://www.flickr.com/photos/mukumbura/4052671706 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Whether it’s money...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...or time...http://www.flickr.com/photos/robbie73/3387189144 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Technical capacity is not enoughWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...either need to resource itWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...or make it cheaper.Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Publication as a side effect of recording....Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • “Publish@Source” Jeremy Frey, SouthamptonWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
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  • http://usefulchem.wikispaces.com/Exp258Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://www.carlboettiger.info/Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://www.myexperiment.org/workflows/204.htmlWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/psychemedia/Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Easy to publish pieces...http://www.flickr.com/photos/horiavarlan/4514164700 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...and then collectWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
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  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
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  • So we capture and collect...http://www.flickr.com/photos/furtwangl/3851841424Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Dionaea muscipula Musca domestica chomped on ...then tell the storyWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...aggregate existing pieceshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/lizadaly/2944376209 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...we can open the floodgates...http://www.flickr.com/photos/bladeflyer/442496389 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...all the way...http://www.flickr.com/photos/fraz5356/4754482759 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • It’ll be great...right?http://www.flickr.com/photos/62337512@N00/3958637561 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • group, and finally attachment to the solid support. In addition the use of intein based methods as well as the preparation of the solid support for Staudinger ligation often require reagents such as phosphines or thiophenols that are toxic and difficult to handle. Therefore there remains a significant need for robust and simple methodologies for protein immobilization that can be applied to wide range of proteins and solid supports. The identification of the Sortase transpeptidase [19] provided an alternative approach to protein ligation. Sortases recognise a specific peptide sequence (LPETG for SrtA of S. aureus used in this work) in proteins targeted for covalent attachment to the cell wall peptidoglycan. The peptide tag sequence is cleaved and then ligated to the pentaglycine moiety on the peptidoglycan precursor Lipid II. Proteins expressed with the C-terminal recognition sequence can be covalently attached to a wide range of constructs with an N-terminal glycine amide motif including peptides [20], PNA [21], full length proteins [22] and small molecule substrates [23]. Another group has independently described an Figure 1. Ligation of fluorescent proteins to polymer beads. (a) GMA example of Sortase mediated ligation to a beaded solid support [22]. All of this information...data.... beads modified with one, two, or four glycine residues were incubated These reactions proceed under aqueous conditions without the with EGFP-LPETGG-His6 and Sortase. Samples were taken at specific addition of any further reagents beyond the protein, ligation time points and analyzed on a BD FACSAria. Controls contained beads substrate, and Sortase. Thus Sortase has the potential to provide with no glycine or diglycine beads without Sortase. Error bars showing a means of linking expressed proteins to a wide range of solid the standard error in the mean fluorescence are omitted as they are supports which is mild, selective, and can be carried out in a single generally smaller than the data symbols. Errors are given in Supplementary Data S2. step. Here we investigate the ability of S. aureus SrtA to ligate proteins doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001164.g001 to a range of solid supports.Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • All of this information...data....Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • All of this information...data....Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • All of this information...data....Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • All of this information...data....Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • All of this information...data....Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://usefulchem.wikispaces.com/Exp207 All of this information...data.... Flickr tag: UC207Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • All of this information...data....Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • All of this information...data....Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • All of this information...data....Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • All of this information...data....Wednesday, 14 December 11
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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/waltstoneburner/3372746317 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Retractions per 100k papers 30 Retractions per 100k publications 25 20 15 10 5 0 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 YearWednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/oakleyoriginals/2879794262 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • watercannon?http://www.flickr.com/photos/7827294@N04/4621721577 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Information overload...http://www.flickr.com/photos/dylanroscover/3450505729 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • “I need to read less”Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Filter failure?http://www.flickr.com/photos/daveyll/332723930Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/biscuitsmlp/2247299538 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Filters block.http://www.flickr.com/photos/emperley3/4705354106 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • You think this is a good thing...http://www.flickr.com/photos/robmcm/1671702203 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...we’re “protecting ourcommunity from a deluge”http://www.flickr.com/photos/mrehan00/3700858676 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...staying on the straight and narrow...http://www.flickr.com/photos/quinnanya/4813974125 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Or are we just limitingour ability to explore...?http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/2174000357 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...and discover...?http://www.flickr.com/photos/joiseyshowaa/2374526016 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Filters block.http://www.flickr.com/photos/emperley3/4705354106 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • The right filter for me? Right filter for now?http://www.flickr.com/photos/lotzman/3595748169 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Remember this graph? 30 Retractions per 100k publications 25 20 15 10 5 0 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 YearWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Remember this graph? 30 Retractions per 100k publications 25 20 15 10 5 0 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 Year Where is the data from?Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Remember this graph? 30 Retractions per 100k publications 25 20 15 10 5 0 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 Year https://github.com/neilfws/PubMed/blob/master/data/retractions.txt Where is the data from?Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Remember this graph? 30 Retractions per 100k publications 25 20 15 10 5 0 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 Year https://github.com/neilfws/PubMed/blob/master/data/retractions.txt Where is the data from?Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • But how did I discover it?Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://friendfeed.com/gbilder/711e6278/so-how-many-retractions-are-there-every-yearWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://friendfeed.com/gbilder/711e6278/so-how-many-retractions-are-there-every-yearWednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://friendfeed.com/gbilder/711e6278/so-how-many-retractions-are-there-every-yearWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Remember these people?Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • @communicating Plausible Accuracy PIERRE LINDENBAUM Mummi Thorissson John Fabiana Kubke Richard Grant Pedro Beltrao Neil Saunders Steve Wilson @gnat Branwen Hide Simon Coles Dupuis Simon Philips Pawel Szcsesny Paul Miller Tony Hey Jeremy Frey Nico Adams Richard Akerman Cavalli Gabriel JonMat Todd Stephen BrennerTim O’Reilly Noel Gorelick Dave de Roure Rich ApodacaUdell ISIS LSS Group Jeremiah Faith Jean-Claude Bradley Nicholas Cole Michael Barton JOHN WILLINSKY Phil Lord Victoria  Stodden Martyn Bull Stephen Friend David CrottyClay Shirky @t John Cumbers Bora Chris Leonard Grace BaynesEva Amsen Egon  Willighagen Mark Borkum Brian Kelly Tony Williams Dan Hagon Maxine Clarke Andrew Milsted Zivkovic Mitch Koch Lab Michael Nielsen Martin Fenner Steph Hannon WaldropGreg Wilson Brian Matthews Leigh Dodds Bill Hooker Glyn Moody Yaroslav Nikolaev Jenny Rohn Rafael Sidi Lee Smolin Frank NormanRicardo Vidal Iain Emsley Paulo Nuin Ariel Waldmann Timo HannayKen Shankland Lorie LeJeune Jonathan Gray PT Sefton Microsoft STFC Deepak Singh Shirley Wu ISIS Computing Group Helen Berman Andrew Peter Binfield Benjamin Good Dorothea Salo Liz Lyons PLoSKasarskis Jen Dodd Lee Dirks Peter Murray-Rust Richard Akerman Carole Goble Jon Eisen Jenny Hale Lakshmi Shastry Steve Koch NPG Ben Goldacre Chad OrzelBill Flanagan Jon Tansley Michael Eisen Matt Wood SciFoo 2008/9 Friendfeed Hope Leman Rufus Pollock Victor HenningGoogle Björn Brembs Jo BadgeAllyson Lister Lisa Green TIM HUBBARD Rebecca Goulding campers Euan Adie John Andy Powell Harry Collins Gavin Bell Jim Downing Matt Johnson Wilbanks Mike Ellis DUNCAN HULL Garret Lisi Jamie McQuay ALAN CANN Catherine Jones Andrew Farke Gavin Baker Peter Suber Sabine HossenfelderFlickr The BioGangKevin KellyPaul Walk Arfon Smith Kaitlin Thaney Richard Curry Atilla Csordas Ian MulvanyWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
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  • Social aggregation...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...but also...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Social annotationWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...and quality assessmenthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/pinksherbet/3209939998 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...but also...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://nsaunders.wordpress.com/2010/11/30/analysis-of-retractions-in-pubmed/Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://nsaunders.wordpress.com/2010/11/30/analysis-of-retractions-in-pubmed/Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • A network of linked objects...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...primed for discovery...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • It’s not filter failurehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/emperley3/4705354106 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...it’s a discovery deficit...http://www.flickr.com/photos/nationallibrarynz_commons/4078337883 Public DomainWednesday, 14 December 11
  • In the last year...?http://flickr.com/photos/stewart/461099066/Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...in the past 24 hours?Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Is search the answer?http://www.flickr.com/photos/ezioman/2096469724 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...or something more...?http://www.flickr.com/photos/mangostrawberry/5490992826 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Need the right instrument...http://www.flickr.com/photos/conskeptical/269403030 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...not every problem is a nailhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/bb_matt/207102083 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Uploadig objects! RSS/Atom Feeds! Workflows! Online file stores! LIMS! Blog/Wiki! Map Reduce/! Hadoop! Local file stores! Data repository!Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Some way away yet...http://www.flickr.com/photos/striatic/125614 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • technologies...p://www.flickr.com/photos/cappellmeister/39508741 CC-BY Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Publication Aggregation DiscoveryWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Publication Aggregation DiscoveryWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Publication Aggregation DiscoveryWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Publication Aggregation DiscoveryWednesday, 14 December 11
  • conceptual changes...http://www.flickr.com/photos/ivanwalsh/4509575889 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Publish pieces...then aggregateWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Don’t filter...enable discoveryWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...central principle.http://www.flickr.com/photos/mkumm/2709555496 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Networks scaleWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Average Capacity of Human Researcher 1.00 0.75 0.50 0.25 0 1982 1986 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Average Capacity of Norwegian Researcher 3.00 2.25 1.50 0.75 0 1982 1986 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • People don’t scale...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Neither do computers...http://www.flickr.com/photos/argonne/3323018571 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...at least not on their ownWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Open networks scaleWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...closed networks do not.http://www.flickr.com/photos/andypowe11/3759152528Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • We need...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://flickr.com/photos/virtualsugar/316200555/ CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Open data...http://www.flickr.com/photos/jwyg/4528443760/ CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...but also...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...open platforms for innovationhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/37984062@N03/3495256118 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Optimise for....http://www.flickr.com/photos/tomarthur/3593729997Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ....not thishttp://www.flickr.com/photos/vrogy/514733529Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/biscuitsmlp/2247299538 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/tammra/283690669/Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Because every time a permanent job is advertised...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/t3rmin4t0r/3947963283 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • The one with the most Nature papers gets to mate...http://www.flickr.com/photos/t3rmin4t0r/3947963283 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • We optimise for...http://www.flickr.com/photos/klausnahr/4437823757 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Rather than foruse and re-use...http://www.flickr.com/photos/frozenchipmunk/197591546 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...because of the incentives...http://www.flickr.com/photos/daquellamanera/3238300837 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lifeontheedge/247473398 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/turtlemom_nancy CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • We are stuck with “impact”...http://www.flickr.com/photos/babasteve/3140688308 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...but we can mould it.http://www.flickr.com/photos/waltstoneburner/5745387762 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • An assertion.Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • We want to see research used.Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • In the right places...http://www.flickr.com/photos/ol1/6048544977 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • In the right places...http://www.flickr.com/photos/velkr0/3472576304 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • In the right places...http://www.flickr.com/photos/argonne/3465398655 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...at the right time.http://www.flickr.com/photos/robbie73/3387189144 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • We want research to be re-used and re-usableWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Impact = Re-useWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Application = Re-useWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Commercialised = Re-useWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Education = Re-useWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Engagement = Re-useWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...but also...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Citation = Re-useWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Can we measure re-use?http://www.flickr.com/photos/sterlic/4299631538 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Bollen et al., PLoS ONE 4(6): e6022 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006022.g002Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • The web changes everything...http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/916142 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • New tracks to followhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/mikebaird/2985066755 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ScienceCard by Martin Fenner - http://sciencecard.org/CameronNeylonWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Altmetric.com by Euan Adie - http://altmetric.com/interface/explorer.htmlWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Bookmarks = Re-useWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Discussion = Re-useWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...and we can track them allhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/paul_white/5831407787 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...on an open network.Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • But what about...?http://www.flickr.com/photos/11247304@N06/1340979055 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Maximise potential...http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinksherbet/3370498053 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...for discovery and re-use...http://www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/3797236989 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Measure re-use and re-usability...http://www.flickr.com/photos/18670024@N06/2164790747 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Optimise for impacthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/gsfc/6147894106 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...and the easiest way...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/virtualsugar/316200555 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Not the only way.Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...but the easiest and most commonhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/ehamiter/4607728796 CC-BY-SAWednesday, 14 December 11
  • The solutions won’t come from where we expect...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Open networks scaleWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...enable solutions to discover problems...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...at all levelshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/37850028@N05/5111113034 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ..from the researchhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/30369883@N03/5097547405 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...to the technology...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • ...to the architecturehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/yakobusan/2436481628 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Build open networks...http://www.flickr.com/photos/22746515@N02/4468871811 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • Enable discovery...http://www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/2836337974 CC-BYWednesday, 14 December 11
  • The rest will follow...Wednesday, 14 December 11
  • Wednesday, 14 December 11