[#OAW15SF in Video] Relive the Bay Area’s Open Access Week 2015 - News - MyScienceWork

abernard102@gmail.com 2015-11-20


"All year round, people in all sorts of roles—from students to scientists, professors to patients—support the idea that opening science means advancing science. The end of October, in particular, is the season to celebrate the successes and highlight resistant problems, when International Open Access Week rolls around. This year, in the San Francisco Bay Area, seven partners active in the Open arena, put together a lively evening of talks, all touching on the notion that collaboration is a shot in the arm for science. Here, you can see the entire event, uncut and without commercial interruption, or watch the eight individual lightning talks, one by one. (No more than 5 minutes apiece—our timekeeper was ruthless!) ..."



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Date tagged:

11/20/2015, 08:30

Date published:

11/20/2015, 03:30