The Future of Digital Science - World Science Forum 2011

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  • 1. the future of digital science kaitlin thaney @kaythaneyworld science forum, 17 nov 2011
  • 2. (1)by way of background
  • 3. (we’re a tools company)
  • 4. investment arm incubator role in-house dev
  • 5. tiered approach build to scaleresearcher-focused
  • 6. (2)the move to digital
  • 7. science is changing
  • 8. science is changing (and the research workflow)
  • 9. research idea publish lit reviewshare results materials retest analyze experiment collect data
  • 10. blocking points (to name a few ... ) idea publish lit reviewshare results materials retest analyze experiment collect data
  • 11. types of information (will revisit later) idea articles content proceedings prof activities mentorship patentsshare results the non-digital “stuff” retest analysis protocols synthesis parameters datasets
  • 12. text text text
  • 13. (3)our approach(and some examples)
  • 14. machines researchersdecision makers
  • 15. sifting problem
  • 16. specific DBs no better (in this case, likely worse)
  • 17. naming issue
  • 18. machines researchersdecision makers
  • 19. mix of digital and analog mediumsCC-BY-2.0 - Plaxco Lab - http://www.flickr.com/photos/34857812@N04/
  • 20. the non-digital
  • 21. the non-digital parameters
  • 22. the non-digital about
  • 23. trackingexpirationcalibration
  • 24. feedback, visibility, etc.
  • 25. machines researchersdecision makers
  • 26. how we measureimpact, reputation etc.
  • 27. imperfect system
  • 28. technology can helpcoordinate where feasible reduce duplication
  • 29. thank you.k.thaney@digital-science.com www.digital-science.com