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Open science again

Just after my three pieces on open science (covering open publication, data, and software) was published on the CoDiMa blog, a message came round telling us to do something about ResearchFish. This, if you are fortunate enough not to have … Continue reading

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Lost worlds

I am in St Andrews, and most of my books are in London, so I tend to pick up books I have read before. One of my all-time favourites is Michael Bywater’s Lost Worlds, subtitled What have we lost, and … Continue reading

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The answer

Last Saturday’s Guardian reproduced a few pages from the New York Review of Books. In a review by Thomas Nagel entitled “The Taste for Being Moral”, we read: Article 1 of the UN ‘s Universal Declaration of Human Rights begins: … Continue reading

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