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For the majority of chemists driven to share their data openly Jean-Claude (JC) Bradley will forever be the father of Open Notebook Science (ONS). Having coined the term in 2006 JC spent the next few years working to educate us in the ONS philosophy, developing tools, systems and even games for the community. This presentation will provide an overview of JC’s contributions to Open Notebook Science by examining some of the various projects that he conducted with his students and collaboratively. The outcome of the work he led includes a number of open datasets that have been used by scientists around the world, online prediction models that are accessible to anyone, games that have been played by thousands of scientists and an enormous collection of presentations, video tutorials and Open Courseware that will likely be references for the Open Notebook Science movement for many years to come.