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Big Science and Long-tail Science

Jim Downing and I were privileged to be the guests of Salvatore Mele at CERN yesterday and to see the Atlas detector of the Large Hadron Collider . This is a “wow” experience – although I “knew” it was big, … Continue reading

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Update on Open crystallography

There’s now a growing movement to publishing crystallography directly into the Open. Several threads include: The Crystallography Open Database which pioneered the idea of collecting crystallographic data and making them Openly available. Nick Day’s CrystalEye – aggregation of published Open … Continue reading

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