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Toward biohacked medicines: the Open Insulin case

Today we published two papers discussing the development of biohacked medicines spearheaded by the DIYBio movement. This revolution could dramatically change the way patients access life-saving drugs. In an opinion entitled "The Open Insulin Project: A Case Study for Biohacked Medicines", in collaboration with Warren Kaplan (Boston University), we make the argument that emerging innovation ecosystems challenge [...]

Toward biohacked medicines: the Open Insulin case2019-06-04T18:27:45+00:00

DOIs for my Blogs

The Winnower is a new service that academic bloggers have been waiting for. It is a platform that allow blogs to benefits from many of the services typically provided by regular journals. Academic bloggers can submit their posts for publication on the platform. The process is extremely simple. The software is even capable of retrieving [...]

DOIs for my Blogs2019-02-06T19:38:31+00:00

Publishing preprint on adaptive imaging cytometry using Figshare

Today we submitted to PLoS ONE a manuscript entitled "Adaptive imaging cytometry to estimate parameters of gene networks models in systems and synthetic biology". The journal has a new data sharing policy that encourages authors to deposit data in a public repository. We uploaded on Figshare the raw data that did not fit in the online [...]

Publishing preprint on adaptive imaging cytometry using Figshare2019-02-06T19:41:29+00:00

Practicing open science by sharing large data set using Figshare

A little over a year ago, I was suggesting that Figshare should offer some paying plans in order to allow some advanced users to upload large files that exceeded the possibilities of free plan (See Figshare: Take my data! Take my money!). I was very pleased when they announced new premium (i.e. paying) plans at the end [...]

Practicing open science by sharing large data set using Figshare2019-02-06T19:41:29+00:00

GenoCAD presented at BOSC 2013

Jean Peccoud will give an update on GenoCAD recent developments at the Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC) that will be held July 19-20 in Berlin as part of the ISMB/ECCB 2013 pre-conference program. Jean Peccoud will also participate in a round-table about "Strategies for Funding and Maintaining Open Source Software". See the complete BOSC 2013 [...]

GenoCAD presented at BOSC 20132019-02-06T19:43:17+00:00

Figshare: Take my data! Take my money!

I love Figshare! We are getting used to the idea of using this wonderful resource for sharing all sorts of information as they become available. It is easy. It provides valuable statistics in real-time. Figshare is progressively becoming an integral part of our communication workflows. The service provided by Figshare becomes all the more important that [...]

Figshare: Take my data! Take my money!2019-04-04T17:18:26+00:00