Welcome in Seattle : 7 days dedicated to Open Science
The OpenScience tour in Seattle was perfectly organized by @BrianGlanz, cofounder of the Open Science Federation. Thanks to him, I did more than 13 interviews. And he organized also the Open Science HackNight at the Hub Seattle
- Brian is also a talented photographer
Here are some pictures, tweets and sounds of the interviews and places I visited during this week
Meeting with Steven Roberts : OpenNotebook, IPython and Github..
- Meeting with Jennifer Davison : research scientist at the college of the environment ( Roberts lab is part of this institute)
Visit of Research Commons at the University of Washington
- The space provides a collaborative environment in which students and faculty can come together to share and discuss research, as well as get support for all steps of the research process: searching, writing, publishing, funding. The Research Commons is a place to collaborate and connect with fellow students and faculty on research projects. It is a place for workshop and presentation opportunities, and a place to discover what your peers and colleagues are researching.
- A space to facilitate creativity and collaboration between researchers and students