A big thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating Open Access Week 2014. Here are the slides from last week’s talks, with especial thanks to our visiting speakers: Dr Susanna-Assunta Sansone (Oxford e-Research Centre and NPG Scientific Data): Open Access & Open Data at Nature Publishing Group: better data=better science. [presentation] Overview of key issues in open data, reproducible research, data sharing & repositories in the life sciences. Structured tools for recording data and NPG’s Data Descriptor. Open Access Oxford — What’s Happening? (iSkills). [presentatio
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