#scidata17 lightning talks (session 2)

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Nov 16, 2017

All the slides from the second lightning talk session at Better Science through Better Data (#scidata17).

This session was entitled 'Tools and policies for Open Research explored' and gave demonstrations of researcher-led tools and policies that help in carrying out open research.


Pierre Montagano, Code OceanReproducibility and reuse of scientific code

Danielle C. Robinson, Code for Science & Society: Dat for research data management

Ulf Toelch, Freie Universität Berlin/BIH Center for Transforming Biomedical Research Berlin: Bottom up diffusion of open science practices through training of early career researchers

Yo Yehudi, InterMine - University of Cambridge: InterMine: open source success thanks to open data

Bruno Vieira, Queen Mary School of Biological and Chemical Sciences: Reproducible and reusable research powered by Nix

Michael Doube, The Royal Veterinary College, University of London Royal College: BoneJ: open source bone research software

Debbie Baines, ESA/ESAC, Quasar Science Resources: ESASky, simplifying the access to space astronomical data for all

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Mathias Astell

Marketing Manager, Springer Nature

After years working in HE colleges and then book publishing (at Penguin Random House), I moved over to academic publishing at SAGE Publications in 2013 to take on the promotion of a suite of >50 journals, covering a variety of subject areas. I started at Nature Research in the summer of 2015 managing the marketing for the world's biggest academic journal, Scientific Reports, and Nature Research's leading open data journal, Scientific Data, as well as being involved in various company-wide data and open access projects. In October 2017, I moved to take on the responsiblity for the marketing of Springer Nature's new research data products and services.

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