Esta semana se celebra la Semana de la Ciencia Abierta (Open Access Week), una semana en la que se pretende poner en valor la importancia del acceso abierto en la producción científica de modo que los resultados de investigación sean libremente accesibles a todos sus potenciales usuarios. El paradigma de lo abierto en el ámbito de la […]

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Article published in the web of the CRI: Esteban Romero’s visiting guest at the CRI (sept-dec 2011) This is the summary of the most remarkable activities I carried out at the Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires (CRI; @CRI_FdV_AIV) during my 3 months visit (September 15th – December 15th). A) I gave a seminar titled «How to […]

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This article constitutes an introduction to the concept of Open Science and its implications, challenges and problems. To do so, we take as a reference two recent works by Michael Nielsen, a pioneer of quantum computing and advocate for Open Science: first, the book Reinventing Discovery. The New Era of Networked Science (Princeton University Press), […]

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End of the second day at the Berlin Symposium on Internet and Society. Click at the picture to see larger size. Dwelling in the Web: Towards a Googlization of Space.  CyberAnthropology – Being Human on the Internet.  Patterns of Legalization in the Internet: Do We Need a Constitutional Theory for Internet Law?.  Future Internet Architecture.  […]

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End of the first day at the Berlin Symposium on Internet and Society. I let you below the coolest visual summary of the sessions. Click at the picture to see larger size.  Business Models.   Constitutions Going Online – Internet-Related Dynamics in Constitutional Law.   Open Science.   Internet Legislation and Regulation through the Eyes of Constitution.   Exploring […]

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At the Berlin Symposium on Internet and Society (25 – 28th 2011), S. Friesike (Institut), T. Schildhauer (Institute of Electronic Business, Berlin), O. Gassmann and B. Widenmayer (both from University of St. Gallen, Switzerland) have presented a draft paper on Open Science. They suggest eight trends in Open Science to follow. I find this interesting […]

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