ASM GM 2009 - Open Science: The Risks, Rewards and Challenges (Part 2)

Joseph Deken, Ph.D., Director/Res Prog Dev, UCSD, Samuel Kaplan, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics , University of Texas-Houston Medical School and former Chair of ASM's Publications Board, and Rosie Redfield, Ph.D., Redfield Lab, University of British Columbia, introduce themselves and explain what "open science" means to them.

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