DPhil Candidate, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford
Coordinator, Open Science Working Group, Open Knowledge Foundation
email@example.com @okfnscienceOpen Science
Conference, 26-17 July 2014, University of Oxford DTC
Open science is a research accelerator (Michael Woelfle, Piero Olliaro & Matthew H. Todd)
Nature Chemistry, 3:45–748 (2011) doi:10.1038/nchem.1149
Images from http://opensourcemalaria.org/
PLUTo: Phyloinformatic Literature Unlocking Tools.
Software for making published phyloinformatic data discoverable, open, and reusable
Slide from Ross Mounce under CC-BY 2.5 http://www.slideshare.net/rossmounce/the-pluto-project-ievobio-2014
Over to you...
Why do you do scientific research?
What are your biggest frustrations?
Do you see scope for greater openness to
improve your research or science in general?
What are your reservations?
Thanks to the organisers of ID2 for inviting me to present on this topic
OK Science Working Group inc. Peter Murray-Rust and Ross Mounce
Cameron Neylon for his excellent open science presentation: