Holidays are a time for opening things (like presents)! Today, I want share my latest experiences in open science, involving the recent paper I co-authored (Byrnes et al., 2014) about science crowdfunding and #SciFund. I was very pleased to see it land on the front page of PLOS ONE when it was released:While I’ve been a supporter of open access, I have never quite gotten on board with what some have called “open notebook” science: posting the data as you go. For me, there are
Hey has anybody seen Eddie lately? I haven’t seen him since the weather turned cold He had just found a couple of coats for his daughters– He said they were five and six years old He’d said he might hop … Continue reading →
‘Tis the season to cut down conifers, wrestle them into over-heated living rooms, and bedeck their branches with boxfuls of childhood ornaments carefully preserved in bits of paper towel. While trees may be unable to mount a defense against indignities perpetrated by saw-wielding bi-peds, they can sometimes hold their own in a contest with enemies of a smaller variety. Moths, beetles and
Alan Turing and The Imitation Game
The Imitation Game comes out tonight, but before its release, Hank got to talk with the film’s director Morten Tyldum and screenwriter Graham Moore about bringing one of the world’s most brilliant mathematicians to film.
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