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'''Use this page to sign up for an OpenWetWare account.Accounts are only needed for editing pages; all pages are viewable by anyone.''' ([[OpenWetWare:View source|even the wikicode]])
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''Use this page to sign up for an OpenWetWare account. Accounts are only needed for editing pages; all pages are viewable by anyone.'' ([[OpenWetWare:View source|even the wikicode]])
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We are trying to keep the barrier to access for researchers as low as possible.Just having an interest in biological science or biological engineering is sufficient to join OpenWetWare.If you are interested in setting up a lab website, please state that and we can help you further.
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We are trying to keep the barrier to access for researchers as low as possible. Just having an interest in biological science or biological engineering is sufficient to join OpenWetWare. If you are interested in setting up a lab website, please state that and we can help you further.
'''Each application is read and evaluated by real people.'''
'''Each application is read and evaluated by real people.'''
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''In order to expedite getting an account, please give us as much information as possible.If you do not provide your full name and academic affiliation, we will ask you to provide more information.Also, a detailed reason for why you would like to join will help, especially if you are not academically affiliated.''
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''In order to expedite getting an account, please give us as much information as possible. If you do not provide your full name and academic affiliation, we will ask you to provide more information. Also, a detailed reason for why you would like to join will help, especially if you are not academically affiliated.''
'''Please note that user accounts are for individuals only and are not meant to be shared by a group'''.
'''Please note that user accounts are for individuals only and are not meant to be shared by a group'''.
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You will use your email address to login to OpenWetWare. An email  
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Use this page to sign up for an OpenWetWare account. Accounts are only needed for editing pages; all pages are viewable by anyone. (even the wikicode)

We are trying to keep the barrier to access for researchers as low as possible. Just having an interest in biological science or biological engineering is sufficient to join OpenWetWare. If you are interested in setting up a lab website, please state that and we can help you further.

Each application is read and evaluated by real people. In order to expedite getting an account, please give us as much information as possible. If you do not provide your full name and academic affiliation, we will ask you to provide more information. Also, a detailed reason for why you would like to join will help, especially if you are not academically affiliated.

Please note that user accounts are for individuals only and are not meant to be shared by a group.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

Full Name:
Please provide your full name. We recommend you choose the name you publish under (e.g "John M. Smith"). OpenWetWare is a scientific community that values attribution and your name will be associated with your contributions to the site. See our thoughts on attribution.
First Name:
Last Name:
Email:
You will use your email address to login to OpenWetWare. An email will also be sent to this address (so please double check it) to confirm your account registration.
Password:
Must be > 6 characters. You can change this password later in your preferences.
Re-enter password:
Must match password above.
Institutional Affiliation:
If applicable, provide your academic or industrial affiliation.
Why would you like to join?:
Short description of why you would like to join OWW; ie, what and why you would like to edit.
How did you hear about us?
This helps us determine where we need to focus to recruit new users.
 
If you do not receive an email with your registration information within 48 hours, please check your spam filter. OpenWetWare account registration emails are sometimes flagged as spam.

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