You may not feel it, but the way we do and share science is transforming. The Internet, increased computing power, and the profusion of “big data” are making it more efficient for scientists to do research in a collaborative way. From open-access publication to citizen science, from crowdfunding to documentation of negative results and unfunded grant proposals, the universe of “open science” is continuing to grow. And last week’s Open Science Summit explored how the ways in which we engage in open science continue to diversify, as we find new ways in which open science can benefit society.
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