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Data Debate: Is transparency bad for science?

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Uploaded on Dec 12, 2011

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Debate held by Index on Censorship to launch the new Science Issue on 6 December at Imperial College in London. As scientific data is more freely available now than ever, the panel, which included Sir Mark Walport, director of the Wellcome Trust, George Monbiot, Guardian Columnist, UCL Professor David Colquhoun, and Philosopher Baroness Onora O'Neill, discussed whether or not a push for more freely available scientific data helps or hinders science. Chaired by Jo Glanville, editor of Index on Censorship.

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