Chemistry World Blog » Open notebook science – memorial symposium for Jean-Claude Bradley 2014-07-05


"Jean-Claude Bradley was a chemist, an evangelist for open science and the father of a scientific movement called Open Notebook Science (ONS). JC, as he was commonly known in scientific circles, was a motivational speaker and in his gentle manner encouraged us to consider that science would benefit from more openness. Extending the practice of open access publishing to open data, JC emphasized the practice of making the entire primary record of a research project publicly available online, primarily using wiki-type environments, and in so doing set the direction for what will likely become an increasingly common path to releasing data and scientific progress to the world ..."


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Tags: oa.comment oa.advocacy oa.open_science oa.open_notebooks oa.chemspider

Date tagged:

07/05/2014, 08:34

Date published:

07/05/2014, 04:34