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"On common goals, natural alliances and short-term compromises  

Reposted from Medium.

Some thirty years ago Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web – and he did so, to a large extent, for society to share scientific knowledge much more freely and effectively, without artificial boundaries in between disciplines and geographies. However, we seem to be only marginally closer to that goal today than we were back in 1989. I have been deeply involved in the Open Data and Open Government movements since 2009. Through this neighboring activism, together with deep personal experience in a case of much needed access to specific medical knowledge, I have been a staunch supporter of the Open Science agenda for a good number of years now...."


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05/06/2018, 11:06

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05/06/2018, 07:06