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Thursday, November 26
 

14:00

Opening Remarks
Speakers
avatar for Kirstie Whitaker

Kirstie Whitaker

Postdoctoral Fellow, Brain Mapping Unit, University of Cambridge
Postdoctoral research fellow studying adolescent brain development and the emergence of mental health disorders. A passionate advocate for replicability and reproducibility in academic work and for the diversification of researchers in science.


14:10

Opening keynote speaker
Speakers
avatar for Cameron Neylon

Cameron Neylon

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, CCAT, Curtin University


14:25

14:40

Lightning talks
DocuBricks, our open source hardware documentation tool and sharing platform, will be introduced briefly. We designed this new tool especially with scientists in mind and hope that you will find it useful!

Speakers
avatar for Richard Bowman

Richard Bowman

Royal Commission 1851 Research Fellow, Nanophotonics Centre
Microscopy, spectroscopy and optics - including optomechanical design, and my 3D printed flexure translation stage.
avatar for Fernan Federici

Fernan Federici

PUC & OpenPlant Cambridge
Fernán has a Bachelor and a PhD degree in Biological Sciences. He holds a Research Fellow position at OpenPlant Centre for Synthetic Biology - University of Cambridge and an Assistant Professor position at the School of Biology at PUC. His interests are on Morphogenesis, Bioengineering... Read More →
avatar for Jenny Molloy

Jenny Molloy

Manager, Content Mine
Jenny researched mosquito genetic control for her doctorate at the University of Oxford. Now she manages the ContentMine, working with the rest of the team and the Advisory Board to keep us on track. She also coordinates the University of Cambridge Synthetic Biology Strategic Research... Read More →
avatar for Nancy Pontika

Nancy Pontika

Open Access Aggregation Officer, CORE - COnnecting REpositories
Open Access, Advocacy, Repositories, Aggregation, Open Science
avatar for Marta Teperek

Marta Teperek

Open Data Project, University of Cambridge
I did my PhD in life sciences (genomics) where data sharing is the normality. I now work for the Open Data Project at the University of Cambridge. I am personally fascinated about open science and I strongly believe that it can lead to a much needed cultural change among researchers... Read More →
avatar for Tobias Wenzel

Tobias Wenzel

DocuBricks founder and PhD student, University of Cambridge
Together with my DocuBricks team, we create tools to improve the quality and sharing opportunities for open source hardware instructions for the scientific community and beyond. Check out our page DocuBricks.com! All team members have a technology background and a bio-interest, I... Read More →


15:10

15:40

Open Book Publishers
Speakers
avatar for Rupert Gatti

Rupert Gatti

Director, Open Book Publishers
Rupert Gatti is a Fellow and Director of Studies in Economics at Trinity College, Cambridge University. He is a co-founder and Director of the award winning Open Access book publishers, Open Book Publishers (www.openbookpublishers.com).  Founded as a non-profit by scholars at Cambridge in 2008, Open Book Publishers has now published over 80 high quality, rigorously peer reviewed scholarly monographs - including works by well know authors such as Amartya Sen and Noam Chomsky - and attracted over 1 million readers world... Read More →


Thursday November 26, 2015 15:40 - 15:55
TBA

15:55

16:10

Open to the Public
Speakers
avatar for Keren Limor-Waisberg

Keren Limor-Waisberg

Hello :) I am a scientist by training (Biochemistry, PhD) and I am passionate about different models which make science more accessible, collaborative, and inclusive!


16:25

16:40

17:00

Moving forward Open Access/Data/Education in Cambridge
Thursday November 26, 2015 17:00 - 17:20
TBA

17:20

Closing remarks
Speakers
avatar for Kirstie Whitaker

Kirstie Whitaker

Postdoctoral Fellow, Brain Mapping Unit, University of Cambridge
Postdoctoral research fellow studying adolescent brain development and the emergence of mental health disorders. A passionate advocate for replicability and reproducibility in academic work and for the diversification of researchers in science.