1. Τα Ανοικτά Δεδομένα στην Κοινωνία της Γνώσης

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    "Τα Ανοικτά Δεδομένα στην Κοινωνία της Γνώσης" από τον Χαράλαμπο Μπρατσά (Τμήμα Μαθηματικών ΑΠΘ, OKFN)

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    • Ανοικτή Επιστήμη & Ανοικτή Πρόσβαση

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      "Ανοικτή επιστήμη και Ανοικτή πρόσβαση: προκλήσεις και ευκαιρίες για την επιστημονική κοινότητα" από τον Πάνο Γεωργίου (Βιβλιοθήκη & Κέντρο Πληροφόρησης, Πανεπιστήμιο Πατρών).

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      • 3rd Annual One Mind Summit Video

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        One Mind hosted its 3rd Annual Summit on May 13-15, 2014 in Washington, DC, with the focus on Accelerating Open Science: Reengineering the Incentive System. This video not only serves as a highlight to the great work accomplished at the 2014 Summit, but also as an overview of what One Mind is doing to find better diagnostics, treatments, and someday cures for brain diseases and injuries.

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        • The PeerLibrary Community

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          Shows the emerging community of PeerLibrary, as well as the project's origins in the open access movement. Editing: Rodrigo Ochigame Cinematography: Tony Chen Cast (in order of appearance): Xuan An Ho, Tony Chen, Angelica Tavella, Rodrigo Ochigame, Matej Jan, Anna Swigart, Mitar, Peter Murray-Rust, Matt Senate Remixed artifacts: The Architecture of Access to Scientific Knowledge (lecture) by Lawrence Lessig; Aaron Swartz at 23c3 (photograph) by Jacob Appelbaum; Open Access Meeting and Panel by the Open Access Initiative at Berkeley; The Second Beginning (music) by DP Kaufman

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          • Taxize Tutorial

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            Tutorial for taxize - a taxonomic tool belt for R. Introduction to basic use of taxize.

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            • Nilton Lessa - Entrevistas-base do filme Hierarquia: conversas depois do fim de um mundo

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              Nesta entrevista, Nilton abre o verbo sobre o tema das redes e fala sobre uma crise de entendimento sobre a questão. Assuntos diversos mas conectados, tais como as características fenomenológicas das redes, a emergência de arranjos abertos de produção de bens de consumo e o modo amarrado como se vive a experiência escolar são tratados por esse sujeito que estuda e vive redes em base diária.

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              • Repository Fringe 2013 Closing Keynote

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                Talking about research data management and open science.

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                • Stephen Friend – Breaking the Wall to Cooperative Medicine @Falling Walls 2013

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                  BREAKING THE WALL TO COOPERATIVE MEDICINE. How Open Systems and New Incentives Will Redefine Healthcare Stephen Friend President and Co-Founder, Sage Bionetworks, Seattle, USA We already knew that “sharing is caring”, but what about “sharing is curing”? Digital disruption might soon hit the established system of patents and publishing in biomedical industry and academia respectively – a system ruled by reward structures centered on property, career and commercial gains. The disruptor in this case is Stephen Friend, widely known as an authority in oncology and recently nominated a “Champion of Change” by the White House for his Sage Bionetworks. The Seattle based non-profit develops collaborative platforms based on the concept of “precompetitive commons”, a space ruled neither by industry nor academia. In this online, open access environment, biomedical researchers can convene, interact, exchange data sets and build upon one another’s work. Within the current system, characterised by a strong silo mentality, data are not shared unless they bring to a publication or product. As a consequence, important and valuable information is very often lost, or several research teams work on the same problems at the same time. This inefficiency leads to costs of $800 million for putting one single drug on the market, not to speak of the immense social costs for patients and society. At Falling Walls, Steven Friend explains his strategy to inspire a cultural shift as wide as the gap between common good and the individual interests of academic researchers, biotech labs and pharmaceutical companies. www.falling-walls.com

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                  • John L. King, Rapporteur’s Report for the Meeting on Public Access to Federally Supported R&D Data

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                    On May 16-17, the National Research Council (NRC) Division on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education (DBASSE) held a meeting to gather public input on the implementation of the White House Office of Science and Technology's memorandum directing federal departments and agencies to develop a plan to support increased public access to the results of research funded by the Federal Government. Input from the meeting will guide the development of the public access to data policies of federal departments and agencies.

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                    • Joshua Rosenthal, Comments on Public Access to Federally Supported R&D Data

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                      On May 16-17, the National Research Council (NRC) Division on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education (DBASSE) held a meeting to gather public input on the implementation of the White House Office of Science and Technology's memorandum directing federal departments and agencies to develop a plan to support increased public access to the results of research funded by the Federal Government. Input from the meeting will guide the development of the public access to data policies of federal departments and agencies.

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