Hosted under the title science:lab, re:publica 2014 and the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung’s sponsored Wissenschaftsjahr 2014 – Die digitale Gesellschaft organised a sub conference on open science – a retrospective.
The Science Hack Day is in full swing and while the hacks are still being intensely worked on, we’d like to take a moment to present some first impressions.
The Science Hack Day is nearly here! Here are the most important bits of information, summarised in a handy blog post.
The Science Hack Day is for all of you, interested in science and looking to bring it closer together with technology and design. Don't worry, you don't have to be an expert because we have brought-in coaches to support you and your hacks!
According to Delia Browne, effective and free access to e-Learning platforms, as well as reformed copyright laws, is the best foundations for education in the 21st century.
Hannah Fry is a mathematician. She holds a PhD in fluid-dynamics, has worked in motor sports as an aerodynamicist and now teaches at University College London. Her research focus is on the London riots of 2011.
The hallmark of design research is an elegant theory and participative praxis that factors in the person and thereby serves the networked society. But how do we do this and how do we want to communicate and interact with one another in the future?
In line with the Science Lab @ re:publica, hosted in co-operation with the Wissenschaftsjahr 2014, a Youth Science Hack Day will take place on the weekend prior to #rp14.
The 2014 Year of Science - Digital Society has teamed up with re:publica. We are pleased to engage with the framework by presenting Science Lab: An Open Science - Sub-conference and the Youth Science Hack Day. The Call for Papers for the sub-conference starts today.
If we knew that the world was going to end tomorrow, would we still be starting new blogs today? The glaciers are merrily melting away, rising sea levels are splashing at our feet and global environmental pollution is taking on an ever greater magnitude.
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