Science 2.0 in Toronto, July 29

Greg Wilson is putting together what should be a great afternoon of talks on Science 2.0: What Every Scientist Needs to Know About How the Web is Changing the Way They Work (full details at the link). It’s free, but you need to register in advance. Speakers will include:

  • Titus Brown: Choosing Infrastructure and Testing Tools for Scientific Software Projects
  • Cameron Neylon: A Web Native Research Record: Applying the Best of the Web to the Lab Notebook
  • Michael Nielsen: Doing Science in the Open: How Online Tools are Changing Scientific Discovery
  • David Rich: Using “Desktop” Languages for Big Problems
  • Victoria Stodden: How Computational Science is Changing the Scientific Method
  • Jon Udell: Collaborative Curation of Public Events