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Nigel Shadbolt
AI Prof, Web Scientist, Linked and Open Data Evangelist, Principal Jesus College Oxford
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Council for Science Jan 26
"Science in Europe should have no borders." A statement from , and calling on the UK, the EU and European governments to support co-operation and interactions between scientists.
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Sound Archive Jan 21
Fascinating 2011 interview with Mary Lee Berners-Lee (1924-2017), whose eldest son invented the web. In 1951 she spent 3 days in a library learning about computers, became a pioneer of computer programming & fought for equal pay for women programmers.
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Sunlight Foundation Jan 18
If public data is public infrastructure, then it should be managed as a public good. Good stewardship of public data requires maintenance, funding, & protection against security, privacy & disaster risks.
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Open Data Institute Jan 18
We're working on improving open standards for data as part of our innovation programme. explains how, with the help of , , and cc
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NatInfraCommission Jan 11
A range of organisations have endorsed the findings of our study into how can improve UK - see their comments here:
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Brian Cox Jan 11
‘Endless forms most beautiful ....’ an exploration of The Royal Society’s archives, the history of science and its Fellows across more than 350 years. It was a privilege to be involved.
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Elena Simperl Jan 10
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Sunlight Open Cities Dec 31
Data on things like citizenship status, nationality, and religion have become even more politically charged in 2017. How can cities be transparent as well as responsible stewards of this sensitive data?
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Sir Mark Walport Dec 30
Many congratulations to Philip Nelson, Brian Bowsher, Hilary Reynolds and Joan Flynn of on very well deserved National Honours
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Open Data Institute Dec 31
Our key moments of 2017: (A huge thanks to our team members, , startups, nodes and wider network!)
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The Royal Society Dec 25
Sir Isaac Newton FRS, one of the foremost scientific minds of all time, was born in 1642
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JCBC Dec 24
Wishing all JCBC members, old and new, a very merry Christmas and a peaceful new year
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Science Museum Dec 24
in 1968, humans reached the Moon for the first time. The Apollo 8 crew (Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and William Anders) turned their cameras back on the Earth from the vast loneliness of the Moon and took this iconic image
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Roger Highfield Dec 24
Science's 2017 Breakthrough of the Year: The observation of two neutron stars merging
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Roger Highfield Dec 24
RIP Bruce McCandless of first untethered spaceflight fame
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Open Data Institute Dec 20
New: 'Using artificial intelligence and open data for innovation and accountability' blog by our Head of Tech (cc )
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Jeni Tennison Dec 20
Highlights the challenge ahead for other geospatial data providers…
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Jeni Tennison Dec 18
Help shape the future of HM Land Registry open data releases: 15th January in London
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The Web Foundation Dec 14
The FCC have voted. will not be protected. The web’s inventor calls this ‘a dark day for the internet’. Read his full statement here:
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