Science Commons Symposium – Pacific Northwest/Related Articles
Science Commons Symposium – Pacific Northwest: A one-day symposium held at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, Washington on 20 February, 2010, devoted to discussing open science; one of the first major scientific events where online attendance clearly outnumbered physical attendance.
- Science Commons : A branch of Creative Commons dedicated to making the results of scientific research available in public for use and reuse.
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- Open science : A movement aimed at making the process of scientific research more transparent both within and beyond the scientific community, and at sharing its results with the widest possible audience.
- Cameron Neylon : A biochemist and open science evangelist and data sharing advocate; co-initiator of the Panton Principles.
- Jean-Claude Bradley : A chemist working on solubility; created the first open notebook, which laid the foundation for Open Notebook Science.
- Antony Williams : A chemist and open science advocate; Vice President for Strategic Development at the Royal Society of Chemistry, founder of Chemzoo and initial host of ChemSpider.
- Peter Murray-Rust : A chemist and open science evangelist, co-initiator of the Blue Obelisk and the Panton Principles.
- Heather Joseph : An open access advocate; Executive Director at SPARC.
- Stephen Friend : A biophysicist and open innovation advocate; co-founder, President and CEO of Sage Bionetworks.
- Peter Binfield : Managing Editor at PLoS ONE and advocate of Gold open access and article-level metrics.
- John Wilbanks : An open science evangelist; Vice President for Science at Creative Commons, head of the Science Commons project, co-initiator of GreenXchange and the Panton Principles.
- Panton Principles : A set of recommendations on how to label scientific research data that are made public, with the aim of facilitating reproducibility and reuse.
- Article-level metrics : Quantification of properties relating to individual published scholarly articles.
- Open Access : The free, immediate online access to the results of research, coupled with the right to use those results in new and innovative ways.
- Open Data : Data that are publicly available for use, reuse and redistribution, typically for free via the World Wide Web.