Making the Web Work for Science


How can the web advance the progress of science? It’s a big question, obviously. And some smart folks have something to say about it. Here we have Tim O’Reilly (founder of O’Reilly Media, one of the leading tech publishers), Jimmy Wales (Wikipedia Founder), Stephen Friend (founder of Rosetta Inpharmatics and former EVP at Merck Research Laboratories) and John Willbanks (VP and head of the Science Commons project at Creative Commons) offering their thoughts. The conversation was held on July 28th at the The Commonwealth Club of California.

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