[open-science-ox] TONIGHT: Oxford Open Science Show and Tell

Jenny Molloy jenny.molloy at okfn.org
Wed Jun 25 07:13:44 UTC 2014

Hi All

A reminder about tonight's event - I hope some of you can come along and
let us know what you're doing/planning or find out what others are up to
and help give feedback.


On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 7:11 PM, Jenny Molloy <jenny.molloy at okfn.org> wrote:

> Hi All
> Details on this next week's Oxford Open Science meeting below - I hope
> some of you can come along!
> Jenny
> PS Heads up for next month's meeting on 23 July: We'll be discussing
> reproducibility with Victoria Watson and Simon Benjamin. Among other
> things, what does reproducibility mean, what does it require and how can it
> be encouraged? Further details TBC.
> Oxford Open Science Show and Tell
> Wed 25 Jun, 19:00-20:30
> Oxford e-Research Centre, 7 Keble Road
> Oxford Open Science have heard some great examples from speakers local to
> Oxford and from further afield about their experiences with open science -
> from sharing data and code to citizen crowdsourcing to forging new models
> of scientific innovation. This month's meeting is a chance to introduce
> your projects utilising open science principles or tools and see what is
> happening around the university. There'll be plenty of opportunity for
> discussion, feedback and forging new collaborations so we hope to see you
> there!
> If you'd like to present, please do drop me a line on
> jenny.molloy at zoo.ox.ac.uk for an idea of numbers and talk topics but
> anyone who comes along will get a chance to speak.
> -----------------------------------
> Oxford Open Science is a monthly informal discussion group on open science
> in a digital age. If you’re just interested in how openness and
> transparency could change the way we do science, come along and explore.
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