How can / should we reward best practices and behaviour in online research and communication? What are the levers to push to answer the “what’s in it for me” question at the bench and also in the blogging community? This panel will pull together a diverse array of opinions from both commercial and non-profit stakeholders, funders and researchers to look at the social issue surrounding how people behave and engage in online science environments.
- Giles Carden – Director, Management Information and Planning, University of Warwick
- Mari Williams – Head of Evaluation and Policy Unity, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC)
- Nick Barnes, Climate Code Foundation
- Jeremy Frey – Professor of Physical Chemistry, University of Southhampton
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