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Festival Proceedings


We greatly appreciated the active participation of all who attended. Available presentations and links to the event recordings are posted below.

 

Open Science: The Transparency Revolution | April 8, 2014

Welcome.pdfWelcome.pdf presented by Michael Tartakovsky, NIAID

Information, Transparency, and Public Trust.pdfInformation, Transparency, and Public Trust.pdf presented by John J. McGowan, NIAID

The Future of Open Science presented by Philip E. Bourne, NIH

Enabling Collaborative Computational Modeling Through Electronic Informed Consent.pdfEnabling Collaborative Computational Modeling Through Electronic Informed Consent.pdf presented by John Wilbanks, Sage Bionetworks

Addgene Helps Scientists Share Plasmids.pdfAddgene Helps Scientists Share Plasmids.pdf presented by Lianna Swanson, Addgene

Open Access and Open Data- Clarifying the Meaning of Open.pdfOpen Access and Open Data- Clarifying the Meaning of Open.pdf presented by Michael Carroll, American University

Towards the Awesome - Making Collaborative Versioned Science a Reality presented by Arfon Smith, GitHub

Code as a Research Product: Open Source for Open Science presented by Dan Gezelter, The Open Science Project

Why Does Health Data Matter.pdfWhy Does Health Data Matter.pdf presented by Damon Davis, HHS Office of the Chief

Open Science: The Transparency Revolution VideoCast

 

NIH Workshop on Advanced Networking for Data-Intensive Biomedical Research | April 9, 2014
 
Advanced Networking for Data-Intensive Biomedical Research VideoCast*
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Last Updated April 23, 2014

Last Reviewed April 23, 2014