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Thoughts on the future of scientific dissemination

Bourne, Phil

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Scientific discourse has traditionally been conducted primarily through the scientific literature and face-to-face scientific meetings. The data supporting that discourse was either not available, or only available by special request to the generators of that data. The internet has changed the way we undertake that discourse, but I would argue only marginally. Data are now available through on-line databases – although not usually data for failed experiments. Traditional publishers have learnt...[Show more]

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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/46851
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