The Road to Open Science: An Interview with Joseph Jackson Part I 2013-03-15


Use the link to access the interview introduced as follows: "With the 'flattening' of the world in the era of information and technology, open science and do-it-yourself (DIY) science is gaining ground. In this age of citizen science, a critical unmet need is the availability of low-cost freely accessible resources. This need is being met to some extent by emerging DIY laboratories all over the world. One such DIY lab, Bio, Tech & Beyond recently took off in the San Diego area (in Carlsbad CA, to be precise). I had the opportunity to visit this new community lab facility and talk to one of the co-founders of Bio, Tech & Beyond – Joseph Jackson. Here is the first part of the discussion we had ..."


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Date tagged:

03/15/2013, 14:18

Date published:

03/15/2013, 10:18