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- OpenWetWare presentations
- OpenWetWare data dumps
- OpenWetWare:Administration: infrastructure, installation, upgrade, etc
- OWW color scheme
- The "Citizendium"
- The Synaptic Leap - Open Source Biomedical Research for the 21st Century
- Siphs - a peer enabled search engine and online reference for the life sciences research community
- MetaCollab - a collaboration on collaboration.
- Wikinomics - an open documentation initiative in the field of bioinformatics and systems biology
- Synthetic Pages - is a freely available interactive database of synthetic chemistry.
- BIOSCI/Bionet is a set of electronic communication forums - the bionet USENET newsgroups and parallel e-mail lists - promotes communication between professionals in the biological sciences
- BioResearch Online is an online community that serves the product-sourcing and information-seeking needs of bioresearch professionals working on biopharm manufacturing, RNA, enzymatic reactions, biopharm contract manufacturing, as well as fermentation, pathogens, filtration, research and biopharm testing
- 50 popular science blogs from 2006
- Biohackers News for life science Nerds. Biology that matters.
- Protocol Online - your lab's reference book
- Biolicious - tagging for biology
- CiteULike is a free service to help academics to share, store, and organise the academic papers they are reading
- Connotea is a free website to help researchers and clinicians manage and share information.
- Postgenomic collates posts from life science blogs.
- iSpecies - the mashup returns a page with NCBI genomics information, Yahoo images of the species, and articles culled from Google Scholar.
- SIPHS is a peer support network for researchers in the biological and biomedical sciences
- iHOP - a gene network for navigating the literature
- Biocomicals emerged from integrating science and fun.
- The Scientific Debate - post-publication review
- Biology Online - Life Science Reference
- Nodalpoint - a bioinformatics weblog
- taqdot - news for the open source and synthetic biology community
- 60 Second Science - blogs from Scientific American
- JoVE: Journal of Visualized Experiments
- SciVee: YouTube for scientists
- iTunes U and OpenCourseWare
Reactome - a curated knowledgebase of biological pathways
Wikis in education
- Sister Wikis
- Wikis in Education - proceedings of Wikimania 2006
- Wikiacademia - a web application which manages course wikis with a markup syntax and feel similar to MediaWiki but with the addition of assignments, grades, and access rights.
- Wikia - a collection of communities with websites that you can edit
- PBwiki - free collaborative editing
- ProjectForum is software that makes it easy for a team of people to work together
- Wetpaint - Create a free wiki
- Assembla provides free workspaces (wiki, discussion, alerts) for distributed software development teams
- Mindquarry is an Open Source collaborative software platform for file sharing (documents, images, media files, etc.), task and project management, team collaboration and Wiki editing that meshes simplicity and functionality
- MIT Wiki Service
- DOAJ - Directory of Open Access Journals
- OAI - Open Archives Initiative develops and promotes interoperability standards that aim to facilitate the efficient dissemination of content
- Science Journal Publishers Wary of Free Information
- Declan Butler
- Nature on blogging in science
- From Science in the web age: Science in the web age: The expanding electronic universe: "Young scientists are often reluctant to express their thoughts online out of fear that it is somehow inappropriate, or even possibly damaging to their careers."
- From Science in the web age: Joint efforts: "...younger researchers, in particular, are concerned that scientists are missing out on new ways to communicate with each other and the public."
- Web journals threaten peer-review system: "Some researchers might only post unhelpful one-liners for fear of reprisal. Granting anonymity may boost participation, but could lead to "malicious postings from cracks"".
- Open Reading Frame - open access/open science Category Archive
- BiOS - Biological Open Source Initiative
- Wiki Science is the study of how the phenomenon of wikis, and free, open collaborative works in general (like free software and open source), are growing, changing and adapting.
- Kevin Crowston
- FLOSS - Free/Libre Open Source Software
- Wikipedia:Tip of the day and its talk page
- Wikimania 2006: Boston, August 2006.
- WikiSym - the International Symposium on Wikis