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Bio-IT World
June 2006
Eric K. Neumann
Freeing Data, Keeping Structure We have hardly explored how to do a scientific mashup or what it means to take advantage of it. One thing is clear: If it is based on recombinant scientific data, a data description language such as RDF is necessary. Otherwise, the mashups will result in mush, unusable piles of unparsable data with unknown provenance! mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
June 2006
Jamie Shreeve
Free Radical Harold Varmus won a Nobel Prize for changing how we think about cancer. Then he overhauled the NIH. Now he's battling publishers to make all scientific research free and universally available. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
Scientific American
May 29, 2006
Daniel G. Dupont
Disruptive Threats The Defense Science Board, an influential group of outside advisers to the Pentagon, reported that, although the military has undertaken extensive activity in the area of disruptive challenges, it lacks a comprehensive, coherent effort to identify and address these challenges. mark for My Articles 248 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 23, 2006
Katharine Sanderson
Brazil and UK Team up Brazil is ready and mature to join the international science arena, the Brazilian science minister told leading UK and Brazilian scientists and politicians yesterday. mark for My Articles 230 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 23, 2006
Arthur Rogers
Budget Shortfall Threatens FP7 An agreement on European Union budgets signed on May 17 confirms that EU research investment between 2007 and 2013 will fall 20 billion euros short of the 67.8 billion euros suggested by the European commission. mark for My Articles 162 similar articles
May 15, 2006
Jeremy Kirk
IT Unlocks the Origin of Darwin's Theory The concept of variation - meaning differences within a species necessary for its survival as a whole - was first observed by John Stevens Henslow, who trained Darwin to observe variations between the species. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Science News
May 13, 2006
Science Safari: The Mind of Leonardo This stunning online exhibit from the Institute and Museum of the History of Science in Florence, Italy, features the life and work of Leonardo da Vinci. mark for My Articles 72 similar articles
Bio-IT World
May 2006
Catherine Varmazis
Web 2.0: Scientists Need to Mash It Up Unless science adopts a "bottom-up" rather than a "top-down" approach to Web-based knowledge sharing, it risks being bypassed by developments on the Web. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Bio-IT World
May 2006
Kevin Davies
Microsoft's 2020 Vision for Science The Microsoft Research report Towards 2020 is considered the first report to articulate a comprehensive vision of science towards 2020, particularly the impact of the convergence of computer science and the other sciences. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
May 2006
Constantine & Wilkinson
Translating Science Into Informed Policies To discuss how to get more scientific integrity into policy-making, graduate students at the University of California in Santa Barbara held a panel discussion with the hopes of raising awareness about political interference in government science. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
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