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Open Science -- INTRODUCTION

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Published on Jun 27, 2011

Open Access was just the beginning; now it is Open Science which is on the verge of a breakthrough. Scientists are increasingly using online platforms and software tools not only to blog or tweet, but also to conduct their research virtually. They do not just stockpile their publications on the institute's web site, but also share them with their peers, together with ongoing recommendations for literature findings. Hundreds of thousands of scientists worldwide meanwhile discuss on platforms like BiomedExperts, NatureNetwork or ResearchGate, thereby cultivating an increasingly collaborative research practice which often brings about new trans-disciplinary knowledge networks. Connections between scientists or even citation cartels today can be analysed and visualised within seconds. Researchers now have "followers", publicly showing their "impact points" as if that was their personal golf handicap. Dr. med. Soenke Bartling, radiologist and researcher in molecular imaging, German Cancer Research Center Dr. Ijad Madisch, M.D. PhD, founder and CEO, ResearchGate Ian Mulvany, Vice President New Product Development, Mendeley Lou Woodley, Community Specialist, Nature Publishing Moderation: Alexander Gerber, Managing Director, innocomm Research

Blog posting: http://scienceblogs.de/sic

GERMAN:
Wissenschafts-Community 2.0:
Die schöne (?) neue Welt der vernetzten Forschung -
ResearchGate, NatureNetwork, Mendeley & Co.

Open Access war erst der Anfang; jetzt steht Open Science kurz vor dem Durchbruch. Immer mehr Wissenschaftler nutzen die neuen Onlinedienste und Software-Werkzeuge nicht nur zum Bloggen und Twittern, sondern längst auch zum virtuellen Forschen. Publikationen werden nicht mehr einfach in langen Listen auf der Institutswebseite gehortet, sondern zusammen mit Empfehlungen zu Fundstücken der eigenen Literaturrecherche mit der Fachwelt geteilt.

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