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==Purpose==
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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.
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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==Next Seminar==
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==Upcoming seminar==
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===John Wilbanks, Executive Director of Science Commons===
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'''1pm, Friday March 24, 2006'''<br>
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'''[http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?selection=32&Buildings=go MIT Stata Center], 32-155'''
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====Talk Overview====
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This talk will lay out the basic intersections of property rights - copyrights, patents, and contracts - with scientific research.  The talk will also examine how approaches inspired by the Free Software movement might help create a "research commons" of freely usable tools, papers and data.  Specific case studies in biological materials transfer and text mining of gene interaction networks will be presented for discussion.
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====Biography====
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==Archived seminar videos==
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Adapted from the [http://sciencecommons.org/about/people#jw Science Commons biography]
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[[John Wilbanks]] is currently the Executive Director of [http://sciencecommons.org Science Commons].  Science Commons is an exploratory project to apply the philosophies and activities of [http://creativecommons.org Creative Commons] in the realm of science.  Their goal is to encourage stake-holders to create areas of free access and inquiry using standardized licenses and other means; a 'Science Commons' built out of voluntary private agreements.
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===[[Seminar Series/Cameron Neylon|A Beginner's Guide to Open Science - Cameron Neylon: November 4, 2007]]===
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John came to Creative Commons from a Fellowship at the [http://www.w3.org/ World Wide Web Consortium] in Semantic Web for Life Sciences. Previously, he founded and led to acquisition Incellico, a bioinformatics company that built semantic graph networks for use in pharmaceutical research & development. Before founding Incellico, John was the first Assistant Director at the [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/home/ Berkman Center for Internet and Society] at Harvard Law School. He was previously a legislative aide to [http://www.house.gov/stark/ U.S. Representative Fortney (Pete) Stark] and a grassroots coordinator and fundraiser for the American Physical Therapy Association. John holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Tulane University and studied modern letters at the Universite de Paris IV (La Sorbonne). He serves on the Advisory Board of the U.S. National Library of Medicine's PubMed Central and the International Advisory Board of the Prix Ars Electronica's Digital Communities awards.
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===[[Seminar Series/Chris Surridge|Chris Surridge, Managing Editor of PLoS ONE: October 20th, 2006]]===
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===[[Seminar Series/John Wilbanks|John Wilbanks, Executive Director of Science Commons: March 24th, 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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