take a lesson from the research world kaitlin thaney @kaythaney
 
 
investment arm incubator role in-house dev
what we know,  is research.
 
text text <ul><li>text </li></ul>research is changing. (as is the research workflow)
<ul><li>research cycle </li></ul>idea experiment lit review materials publish  share results retest analyze collect data
<ul><li>blocking points </li></ul>experimention access attaining publication  share results retest analysis data collectio...
<ul><li>information sources </li></ul>idea protocols parameters scholarly lit cell lines plasmids DNA snippets articles po...
increase in scale, complexity.
30+  terabytes  nightly
still the starting point
specific DBs no better (in this case, likely worse)
streamline search better discovery
even just  man ( /machine ) power.
our mediums are evolving.
CC-BY-2.0 - Plaxco Lab -  http://www.flickr.com/photos/34857812@N04/ mix of digital and analog mediums
the non-digital
parameters  the non-digital
the non-digital  + ordering processing
protocols   parameters misc. lit
tracking expiration calibration
we’re facing a perception issue.
exacerbating the problem.
locked in old mechanisms.
a few examples.
 
resource constraints can have silver linings.
plan for the  (non-technical)  challenges.
rethink inputs/outputs. design decisions are key. plan for irrational.
www.digital-science.com   [email_address] @kaythaney
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  • The web has really changed the game ... the following slides tease out a few areas of research and processes that have been affected (by no means *all* of the areas touched by the digital age, but just to name a few ... )
  • Still a number of roadblocks that need to be addressed to truly make research move faster, accelerate discovery, lead to better science.
  • Still a number of roadblocks that need to be addressed to truly make research move faster, accelerate discovery, lead to better science.
  • (This goes into the background context of how we came about - science is changing, how the web has revolutionised research, and why we aren’t nearly there yet)
  • Take a Lesson From the Research World - Strata OLC

    1. 1. take a lesson from the research world kaitlin thaney @kaythaney
    2. 4. investment arm incubator role in-house dev
    3. 5. what we know, is research.
    4. 7. text text <ul><li>text </li></ul>research is changing. (as is the research workflow)
    5. 8. <ul><li>research cycle </li></ul>idea experiment lit review materials publish share results retest analyze collect data
    6. 9. <ul><li>blocking points </li></ul>experimention access attaining publication share results retest analysis data collection (to name a few ... )
    7. 10. <ul><li>information sources </li></ul>idea protocols parameters scholarly lit cell lines plasmids DNA snippets articles poster sessions retest query endpoints datasets prof activities mentorship patents negative results
    8. 11. increase in scale, complexity.
    9. 12. 30+ terabytes nightly
    10. 13. still the starting point
    11. 14. specific DBs no better (in this case, likely worse)
    12. 15. streamline search better discovery
    13. 16. even just man ( /machine ) power.
    14. 17. our mediums are evolving.
    15. 18. CC-BY-2.0 - Plaxco Lab - http://www.flickr.com/photos/34857812@N04/ mix of digital and analog mediums
    16. 19. the non-digital
    17. 20. parameters the non-digital
    18. 21. the non-digital + ordering processing
    19. 22. protocols parameters misc. lit
    20. 23. tracking expiration calibration
    21. 24. we’re facing a perception issue.
    22. 25. exacerbating the problem.
    23. 26. locked in old mechanisms.
    24. 27. a few examples.
    25. 29. resource constraints can have silver linings.
    26. 30. plan for the (non-technical) challenges.
    27. 31. rethink inputs/outputs. design decisions are key. plan for irrational.
    28. 32. www.digital-science.com [email_address] @kaythaney
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