Alle Artikel mit dem Schlagwort: Konrad Förstner

OSR186 COVID-19 Biohackathon [EN]

With the current situation around the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are several initiatives pushing forward to help finding solutions to successfully fight the virus. The global bioinformatics community is pushing its own efforts and organized the virtual COVID-19 Biohackathon. Starting today, contributors are invited to virtually work together on multiple topics and share their results openly via Github.

„The goal of COVID-19-BH20 is to create a cohesive effort and work on tooling for COVID-19 analysis. The biohackathon will lead to more readily accessible data, protocols, detection kits, protein predictions etc. We will also push for policy change where it comes to non-public or hard to access data because we are facing such challenges!“

Konrad had the chance to talk to one of the organizers, Leyla Jael Garcia-Castro, about the idea and implementation of this endeavor. Enjoy!

OSR183 FAIR Research Software #oscibar [EN]

This is another episode from our coverage of the Barcamp Open Science. In this episode Konrad talked with Christian Busse about his session on FAIR research software and the question whether the FAIR principles should be applied to code.

OSR178 WikiCite 2020 – Satellite Cologne Preview [EN]

Following the international WikiCite conferences in 2016, 2017 and 2018 the first WikiCite Satellite conference will take place this year in Cologne, Germany. It is organized by ZB MED – Informationcenter for Life Sciences, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences and TH Köln – University of Applied Sciences and will take place May 6th – 8th 2020 at GESIS in Cologne.
„The event aims to connect local library institutions and academic researchers with the WikiCite community in their shared interest in an open infrastructure about open citations and linked bibliographic data for research and education. WikiCite is a growing bibliographic knowledge base connected to projects of the Wikimedia Foundation such as Wikipedia and Wikidata.“
Listen in to Konrad and Philipp Schaer sharing some information and their expectations. Enjoy!

OSR176 Podiumsdiskussion „Wie wird das wissenschaftliche Publizieren der Zukunft aussehen?“ [DE]

Der Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin hat in diesem Jahr sein 50-jähriges Jubiläum gefeiert. Zu diesem Anlass gab es am 22. Oktober eine Podiumsdiskussion in der Universitätsbibliothek der TU. Unter dem Motto „Ein Blick zurück und zwei nach vorn“ diskutierten die TeilnehmerInnen Prof. Dr. Sabine Hark (TU Berlin, Gender Open, Zentrum für interdisziplinäre Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung), Dr. Ulrich Herb (SULB Saarbrücken), Prof. Dr. Johanna Hoerning (TU Berlin, Institut für Soziologie), Dr. Cori Mackrodt (Springer-Verlag) und Prof. Dr. Konrad Förstner (ZB MED Köln, Open Science Radio). Im Mittelpunkt der von Dr. Christina Riesenweber (FU Berlin) moderierten Diskussion stand die Frage wie das wissenschaftliche Publizieren der Zukunft aussehen wird.