Tag Archives for open science

YourSci.com is pretty slick

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

05. December 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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2collab: A review, kinda.

Via Deepak, I hear of Elsevier’s new social bookmarking effort. Bookmarking services are great because they remove the drudgery out of maintaining a list of references or doing a literature review when writing a paper or proposal. 2collab is particularly … Continue reading

28. November 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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What’s the killer app for the scientific web?

A short history of the web The first application that opened up the net to the common person was email. It was simple in concept and nearly universal in applicability. Email is just a letter that takes no time to … Continue reading

24. October 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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The three essential components of a good laboratory website.

My colleague, Attila, asked me months ago what are the components of a good laboratory website. However, my thoughts remained incomplete until I read David Crotty’s post at the CSHL blog that I was able to form an answer, and … Continue reading

10. October 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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Nature Publishing Group distances themselves from PRISM.

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

11. September 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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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

27. June 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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