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The new project is online! Still a bit under construction, but then – that’s what it is all about in the first place: construction. Of big machines, mostly. And scientific ideas. Go on, take a look!

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For conservation super heroes: Track your local bats with the Zoological Society’s new “bat phone”.

BBC Nature – A smart way to save wildlife.


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Miniermotten-Monitoring per App (leider nur in England):

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Sadly, Science Online London 2011 (or #solo11) has passed and I have missed all of it! So I was glad to see that the organizers have put together a number of storifies (mostly a collection of tweets from the conference), that give a surprisingly (to me, at least) useful impression of the event. Here, for example, is the Day 1 Keynote by physicist Michael Nielsen on “Open Science”:


Obviously, it’s not as good as having been there. But I like that it somehow manages to convey some of the vibes at the event, which is much more than many other conference documentations do and which makes storify a pretty interesting tool for event documentation.


 

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