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Passeriformes Aug 5
"Our findings show that open source communities present both horizontal and vertical segregation (only 2.3% of the core developers are women)."
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Omar Yaxmehen Bello-Chavolla Aug 2
Seeking a career in Academia can be heartbreaking. Love for science has been a driver of my training and something I hold onto as I fight obscure academic practices. , positive mentoring and transparency are our goals for
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Peter Dahlgren Aug 5
Find the contradiction: 1. Researchers don't trust conclusions based on only one study. They want many studies. 2. Researchers can't publish many studies on the same thing, because it doesn't add anything novel.
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Yoni Maisel Aug 8
. in action for a rare dermato-immunological disorder ...a genomic discovery, a targeted Rx, and an after picture worth a thousand words
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NumFOCUS Aug 5
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Joseph Casillas Aug 5
Do you like open science and reproducible research? 🤔 Of course you do. You should read this thread.
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Reddit Open Science Aug 6
Do you know Big Blue Button? The web conferencing system designed for online learning. It fits to : , decentralized, self-hosted, no tracking (of your students).
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Passeriformes Aug 5
Replying to @Passeriformes10
"34.3% of women core developers surveyed state having observed gender bias at least once while contributing to OSS projects." Note: I was not part of this study, but I would call what I 'observed' in OSS discrimination.
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Living Norway Aug 4
Want to join us for our colloquium on in applied ecology in October, but but not sure if you can come to Trondheim to join the event in-person? Well, you can take part virtually! Follow to the link below to see the program - and sign up!
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Passeriformes Aug 5
Replying to @Passeriformes10
"While 5.35% of all contributors are women, the percentage of women among core developers drops to 2.30% (characterizing both horizontal and vertical gender segregation.)"
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OpenSci News Aug 3
What is Open Access (OA)?
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Olivier Pourret (at home) Aug 8
One better ways to assess science is to reward the practice of
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Emmy Tsang Aug 3
I'm super excited to share that I'll be working for from mid-Sep 🥳 working w/ researchers and a brilliant team to help expand the already vibrant community➡️ make open research the normal way of doing research 🌟
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