Confidentiality, sense of proprietorship and exclusivity has long been a bottleneck in research dissemination. Gladly, recent years’ open science movements have managed to make some impact on that front. Continue reading “Biology’s Data Barrier : Europe’s à la carte solution”
There was a time when the term “scientist” carried an image of a senior person with glasses and lab coat working in a lab with some apparatus. Misleading it was, but at least that’s what our children’s story books, TV-cartoon, popular media had been teaching our youngsters (you may recall Emmett Lathrop “Doc” Brown, Ph.D.).
I had corrected my teenage concept of scientists during my undergrad years. I’ve got used to seeing scientists with nicer suits and polished shoes, without a lab coat. Continue reading “Science-v0.1 : An Early Adopters Release :)”