What does Open Science mean to you? Part 2
An audio exploration of what Open Science means to some of the attendees of Mozfest 2013.
Open Science has as many meanings as there are people, and yes as so many people talk about it, should there not be some sort of consensus as to what it might mean?
Reporter Julie Gould went out to MozFest 2013 to ask some of the attendees what it meant to them. For some, it is the ability to let anyone into science, to remove those ivory towers. For others, it is more about letting anyone learn how science is done by making the methods and data collected more transparent.
In episode 3, I speak to Greg Wilson from Software Carpentry and to Jeff Warren from the Public Laboratory to find out what Open Science means to them.