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Joseph Jackson, Organizer, Open Science Summit Bio and Contact Info
Listen (3:37) Why open science for you?
Listen (6:03) 2nd Open Science Summit
Listen (8:49) The future (or end) of IP
Listen (8:02) Does open science mean free science?
Listen (6:37) Put failures online as well
Listen (5:09) A matter of when to publish
Listen (4:50) Obstacles to open science
Dr. Tomasz Sablinski, Founder, Transparency LS Bio and Contact Info
Listen (9:32) Crowdsourcing clinical trials
Listen (5:20) Company objective
Listen (6:01) Advantages to open method
Listen (3:03) Process
Listen (4:41) Is this the future?
'Open science' is a term frequently used in the life science community today. In an interview with KQED in San Francisco, open science evangelist Joseph Jackson says, “in the long run, open science will transform the way science is done, enhancing the best aspects of science while helping correct potential abuses and distortions." Mr. Jackson is the organizer of the 2nd Open Science Summit taking place in Mountain View CA Oct 22-23. He’s a co-founder of BioCurious, a community lab in Sunnyvale and co founder of LavaAmp, maker of an inexpensive, pocket size pcr machine. I am pleased to have Joseph and Dr. Tomasz Sablinski, a speaker at the conference, on the program today to talk about the upcoming summit.