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What if you added a bit of unconference dust to the scientific meeting?
Sessions attended: Nature blogging: a lot of discussion time was spent on what exactly a “nature blog” was, with a clear division between those who viewed nature blogging as a broad church, with the more science-oriented blogs as a subset … Continue reading
Since I’ve yet to develop the sort of mind that can blog the last sentence whilst listening to the next one, I’ve mainly kept the laptop closed and just listened and/or pontificated in most of today’s sessions. But I thought … Continue reading
There are pitfalls – but is it still possible to stand up for change?