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ASM GM 2009 - Open Science: The Risks, Rewards and Challenges (Part 5)

Panelists at the American Society for Microbiology's round table on open science address questions on citation impact of open science and distribution of research, the impact of being covered by the New York Times, article half-lives, scientific society finances, open access scientific software, copyright issues, the similarity of journals to the current state of decline in the newspaper industry, the failures of open science and the future of this paradigm.

Note: Audio problems are resolved at this point, but we did experienced trouble with the stream, which is why it is broken up in parts.

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Open Science: The Risks, Rewards and Challenges (Part 1)
Open Science: The Risks, Rewards and Challenges (Part 2)
Open Science: The Risks, Rewards and Challenges (Part 3)
Open Science: The Risks, Rewards and Challenges (Part 4)


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