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The '''OpenWetWare Seminar Series on Open Science''' is dedicated to bringing in speakers to talk about how open communities, practices, and technologies affect the culture and progress of science. This seminar series was made possible by the [http://icampus.mit.edu MIT iCampus Outreach Initiative].
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The '''OpenWetWare Seminar Series on Open Science''' is dedicated to bringing in speakers to talk about how open communities, practices, and technologies affect the culture and progress of science.
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==Upcoming seminar==
==Archived seminar videos==
==Archived seminar videos==
Click the following links for online videos:
Click the following links for online videos:
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===[[Seminar Series/Cameron Neylon|A Beginner's Guide to Open Science - Cameron Neylon: November 4, 2007]]===
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*No video available.
===[[Seminar Series/Chris Surridge|Chris Surridge, Managing Editor of PLoS ONE: October 20th, 2006]]===
===[[Seminar Series/Chris Surridge|Chris Surridge, Managing Editor of PLoS ONE: October 20th, 2006]]===

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Seminar Series on Open Science


The OpenWetWare Seminar Series on Open Science is dedicated to bringing in speakers to talk about how open communities, practices, and technologies affect the culture and progress of science.

Upcoming seminar

Archived seminar videos

Click the following links for online videos:

A Beginner's Guide to Open Science - Cameron Neylon: November 4, 2007

  • No video available.

Chris Surridge, Managing Editor of PLoS ONE: October 20th, 2006

John Wilbanks, Executive Director of Science Commons: March 24th, 2006

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