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|−|==Open review on-line, a new model in publishing conference abstracts.== |+|
|−|I wanted to start a discussion about whether OWW could be used for people to edit their abstracts that they submit to the conference [ www. biosysbio.com BioSysBio & Young Bioinformaticians Forum] that I'm involved with (Manchester 2007). I anticipate if it were used then about 150 accounts would need to be created and abstracts could be submitted under a namespace like BioSysBio. It could work like this, we have a submission deadline, then an open review session using the wiki to communicate with people about their abstracts, then we have a second submission where delegates submit their final version. (this would then go on to be published, or a selection of the total). I think it would be great for people to submit an abstract and then for it to go through open review on OWW. It would be a test of a new model in publishing. It would also allow people to link to extra material, perhaps unlimited extra material. Whilst only the front page would be published, on-line would be a whole bunch of background on the topic. | |
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|−|I think it would also be good exposure for OWW, as once people see how easy it is, they might move their lab page onto the site. |+|
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|−|Please let me know what you think of the idea, |+|
|−|'''--[[ User: Johncumbers| Johncumbers]] 01:34, 27 March 2006 (EST)''' |+|
Latest revision as of 06:48, 10 February 2007
BioSysBio 2007 will be held at the Manchester Interdisciplinary Biocentre. It is aimed at students, post-docs and junior faculty working in biotechnology and all are welcome to attend. The conference will include sessions in Computational Systems Biology, Bioinformatics and Synthetic Biology.