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- SOLO11: Science online London 2011 (#solo11) Scitable's Nick Morris's take and experiences at Science online London 2011….
- Introduction on Nature's Of Schemes and Memes blog Science Online London conference - Friday and Saturday #solo11
- Ian Mulvany's summary from Talkfest fringe event Talkfest, science and community
- Martin Fenner's introduction to his sessionMicroattribution
Blog posts from Saturday's Blogging workshop
- Saturday Blogging Workshop
- Muscular Atrophy (SMA) Resources
- I have a WordPress account, and now what?
- The value of Blogs
- reading an SMA paper
- Your blog is only as good as the technology?
- Rosie’s first WordPress attempt
- Rebecca’s SMA post
Post from blogging session, by Peter Morgan. How do SMA research organisation publish the research?
- iPS and SMA
- Welcome to the Advanced Session!
- Salbutamol promotes SMN2 expression and also cross posted on his own site here
- Science Online London workshop on "Beyond Scholarly Publication" Rosie Redfield's live-blogging of the session
- @Gurdur initial thoughts plus pictures At the Science Online London conference so far, and @BoraZ throws a ball
- @SCEdmunds in GigaBlog Exercises in blogging at #solo11. Show me the data!
- @AnneOsterrieder 's Blogging Workshop post on her own site Arabidopsis – a model for the neuronal microtubule cytoskeleton?
- Ian Mulvany's thoughts on the keynote Science Online London Keynote, Michael Nielson on Open Science
- Ian Mulvany's thoughts on day 1 morning sessions SOLO11, day1, morning sessions.
Scitable's Nick Morris's thoughts on Science online
- Peter Murray-Rust's thoughts on Science Online London and Open Science #solo11; post Science Online thoughts
- Lars Fischer's blog: Science Online London 2011: Outside the comfort zone
- Alexander Gerber's summary Science Online 2011 (London)
- Matias Piipari's response to A. Gerber's post: https://plus.google.com/109571428431344987877/posts/cpN1ZPFcBQe
- UK Web Focus blog post by Brian Kelly, UKOLN on Use of Twitter at the SOLO11 Conference
- Sara Fletcher's thoughts on this year's event Light Reading, and a bit of inspiration from #solo11
- Dreaming of a world where science is free Rebecca Nesbit's thoughts on open science at #solo11
- UK Web Focus blog post by Brian Kelly, UKOLN on Recognising, Appreciating, Measuring and Evaluating the Impact of Open Science
- Posts by Marisa Alonso Núñez about Science Online London 2011: in English —>Science online, passion and thoughts and Spanish —> Ciencia online, pasión y reflexión
- Post by Nina Bjerglund Andersen about her experience at Science Online London: Changed by Science Online London 2011?
- Brief and slightly fragmented impressions of #solo11 (including bonus word cloud, naturally) - Simon Cockell
- Thoughts on #solo11 @jukesie
- UK Web Focus blog post by Brian Kelly, UKOLN on Microattributions, Wikipedia and Dissemination
- @Gurdur (yet again) The power & vital necessity of the narrative, in #arseniclife, #SoLo11 and all science communication
- @BLugger in German Literatur in neuen Systemen: Mendeley und Academic Search
- @BLugger in German Michael Nielsens Keynote und Arsenic Life Panel – Science Online London 2011
- Post on Microsoft Academic Search by Brian Kelly Will the Real Scott Wilson Please Stand Up, Please Stand Up
Welcome Trust Coverage
Ian Mulvany's photos Science Online London 2011
The recorded livestreams: http://river-valley.tv/conferences/solo-2011
Welcome: Science Online London 2011
Keynote - SOLO 2011
Panel #1 : Linking with the Literature – the Arsenic Story
National Undergraduate Bioscience Research Journal
Question Time – bringing policy to Science Online
Panel #2: Incentives - "What's in it for us?"