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[24/03/17] Apéro-Debate – Citizen Science, DIY, etc. : Counterculture or Research Policy trap ?

You are welcome to join us for an Apéro-Debate on Friday March 24th from 7:30pm at La Paillasse with our special guest Lucy Patterson (cf. bio below). On Saturday March 25th, the european H2020 DITOs(DoIng TOgether science) project will organize a european citizen science forum Citizen Science & DIY Bio: building the bridge between citizens and…
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Take part in the research project DisCOveR ( How would you define openness in research and science ? )

Take part in the research project DisCOveR In order to understand better actual changes in research and education, we suggest you to get involved in the DisCOveR project (Discourses and Conceptions related to Openness in Research and science), a research project about the notion of Open Science. This research project has started during OpenCon2015 (early…
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“Self Journal of Science : Do It Ourselves (DIO) Publishing” Interview with Michaël Bon

Guillaume Dumas asked a few questions to Michael Bon, founder of the Self Journal of Science. SJS aims to be the new public place to publish and review scientific articles. Could you please introduce yourself ?  I’m a 34 years old French biophysicist, specialist in problems related to RNA secondary structure prediction. After a few post-docs,…
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SAGE Bionetworks Assembly 2015 at Institut Pasteur, Paris—Open science, social innovation and education: deconstructing silos and anchoring in the city.

Update: you can now watch all the video of the event here. SAGE Bionetworks is one of the largest non-profit organizations promoting open science and involvement of patients in the research process. Last Thursday, Friday and Saturday (April 16-18/2015), it organized for the first time its general assembly outside the American continent. And for this first…
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OpenCon 2014 : In the heart of Open Science advocacy

Last week, I attended for HackYourPhD the OpenCon 2014 (Nov-Dec 15-17th) gathering the early career researchers on Open Access, Open Data and Open Science. As a representative of our Open Science community, I had the chance to be one of the 80 participants selected for a full traveling grant. Being part of 175 open science/education students…
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OAWeek 2014 : Let’s imagine a creative format for Open Access

More and more information is available online about Open Access. However it’s difficult to process all this content when one is a busy PhD Student or researcher. Moreover, people already informed and convinced are often the main spectators. The question thus becomes : How to spread the world about Open Access to a large audience…
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Crowdfunding, biohacking and Open Science with Craig Rouskey @La Paillasse (Sept 12th 2014)

On the evening of friday 12 september, La Paillasse : A Bio-Hacklab in Paris will be pleased to welcome Craig Rouskey for a special masterclass within its walls. Be prepared to hack HIV and more! Please Register here !   “My passion lies in creating therapies for the world and finding novel ways to bring…
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[Interview] Julien Thérier from Shazino ” The economic model of Open Science will not rely on paywalls but on data management “

During Open experiment #4, we asked some questions to Julien Thérier, founder of Shazino. This start-up develops innovative applications facilitating knowledge sharing and collaboration between scientists. Shazino is a part of the “Science 2.0” start-ups wave, that is offering digital working tools for researchers (scientific social network, reference management). This start-up also fits into the…
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[Interview] Gerd Moe-Behrens–Leukippos: Synthetic Biology Lab in the Cloud

HackYourPhD had the chance to interview Gerd Moe-Behrens about his project, the Leukippos Institute. He also shared his vision about the future challenges and perspectives for Open Science. Who are you? I have a PhD from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo, Norway. During a brief Post Doc at the Max Planck Institute for…
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