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ASM GM 2009 - Open Science: The Risks, Rewards and Challenges (Part 1)

Chris Condayan, Manager, Public Outreach, for the American Society for Microbiology and Stanley Maloy, Ph.D., Dean, College of Sciences and Associate Director, Center for Microbial Sciences at San Diego State University, introduces the Open Science round table discussion at ASM's General Meeting in Philadelphia. Jonathan Eisen, Ph.D., UC Davis Genome Center Section of Evolution and Ecology College of Biological Sciences, Dept. of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, School of Medicine, and Academic Editor-in-Chief at PLoS Biology, introduces himself and describes what "open science" means to him.

Note: Audio is a bit choppy and we experienced trouble with the stream, which is why it is broken up in parts.

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