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Andy is too modest to mention it himself, so I’ll point you all at the excellent interview that PLoS ONE guru Bora Zivkovic did with our glorious leader, as part of his coverage of ScienceOnline2010. GO HERE to read it.
Anyone can do science – this firm belief is part of why we started the Open Dinosaur Project. In fact, as Matt noted some time ago, there is a whole world of “citizen science” opportunities out there! If you’re addicted … Continue reading
There’s a really fantastic article (with a great photo) over at Science Buzz, featuring ODPers Becky Huset and Neva Key on their quest for Camptosaurus limb bone measurements. Go check it out! Have you been featured in the news, on … Continue reading
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s radio show Future Tense is airing an episode later today on Open Science. It just so happens that I was interviewed about the Open Dinosaur Project for the program! Sadly, I can’t really tell you what … Continue reading
As I catch up after ScienceOnline2010, I wanted to share a few things that I learned there. People love what we’re doing with this project. The response I received was nearly uniformly positive, and a number of people provided leads … Continue reading
In just a few short hours, I’ll be leaving for ScienceOnline2010. Rather fitting for the topic, this is an “unconference” – meaning everyone (not just physical attendees) is welcome to participate through chats, Twitter, streamed conference sessions, blogs, etc. I’m … Continue reading
I spent much of today working on my presentation about the Open Dinosaur Project for ScienceOnline2010. The hope is to post the full thing in some form after the meeting; in the meantime, here’s a working outline for the talk: … Continue reading
As mentioned awhile back, I will be presenting on the Open Dinosaur Project at ScienceOnline2010, an annual collection of science bloggers, researchers, and the like. The conference is small (~250 participants), and features sessions ranging from podcasts to online civility … Continue reading
The Open Dinosaur Project is featured as one of the inaugural articles for the newly designed website of the Brazilian science news publication, Ciência Hoje On-line. The article is in Portuguese, but a somewhat-readable translation is available through the wonders … Continue reading