Tag Archives for open science
Yoursci.com is a Science 2.0 project along the lines of OpenWetWare, but with a little tighter focus. They’ve got a section for contributing a project, and protocol section, and what I particularly like, a negative data section. Content contribution and … Continue reading
The PRISM Coalition is a fairly unsubtle attempt at obfuscating the issues behind Open Access in scientific publishing, using an approach similar to that employed by the cable and phone companies arguing against net neutrality. Needless to say, it has … Continue reading
Prospectus for Research William Gunn Investigating the role of MSCs in repair of bone. Introduction The Adult Stem/Progenitor cells called MSCs were first identified by Friedenstein in 1976 1, and since then they have been found to have mitogenic, anti-apoptotic, … Continue reading
I’m going to be doing some traveling this month, so I’ll be using Google Documents to edit my dissertation.
Google Notebook has a nice feature where it will republish the entry to your blog when you edit it in Google Notebook. I’ve never tried this feature out before, and I hope it works like I would expect, in other … Continue reading