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

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