Open Sourcing The Natural Sciences

Open Sourcing The Natural Sciences
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A new website seeks to put the documentation of the life sciences in the hands of everyone via an open social network.

Lisa Baldini
  • 30 september 2010

Chances are many of us have never seen the pale face of a grunting ox or an illustration of a cherokee sedge. Why? Academic books and information often have the most stringent copyright laws around the content they gather, making access to such information difficult.

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