This Thursday the 26th September, Mendeley’s Co-founder Jan Reichelt will get together with 8 other innovators from the Open Knowledge Foundation, Zooniverse, Elsevier, Indiegogo, Team Cooper, The Lancet, JoVE and the Mobile Collective to discuss the many ways that technology can change, facilitate and improve things for researchers everywhere.
From “The Article of the Future” and the power of crowdfunding to enable research, to videos that enhance reproducibility and games that harness the power of crowds to solve some of the world’s most difficult scientific challenges, there’s certainly going to be a lot of food for thought…
We’re going to be right at the heart of all the activity in Social Media HQ which will also host events by the likes of Facebook, Nokia, Pinterest, Twitter and Google to name but a few. Spaces at the venue are extremely limited and you have to hold a VIP Pass to attend, but you can watch the event for free and live from wherever you are by following the live streaming link.
If you have any questions, comments or thoughts you’d like to put to the panel, do get in touch! You can leave a comment here, email me on firstname.lastname@example.org or Tweet using the hashtag #smwSciTech
Tags: Article of the Future, Elsevier, Facebook, Fraxinus, Google, Indiegogo, JoVE, Mendeley, Mercer Street Studios, Mobile Collective, Nokia, Open Knowledge Foundation, Pinterest, SMW, Social Media Week London, TEam Cooper, The Lancet, Twitter, Zooniverse