Scientist Cameron Neylon is an advocate for open science and in this video (from the Open Repositories 2012 conference) he talks about many important aspects of open science. Neylon gives examples of scientific communities that have transformed research methodologies through online networks and accelerated analysis of data in the process. He also looks at the issue of increasing the impact of open science through open science networks. There is a question and answer session at the end.
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