The first microbial supertree from figure-mining thousands of papers

  • 09/05/2017
  • oo_128767

    While recent reports reveal the existence of more than 114,000,000 documents of published scientific literature, finding a way to improve the access to this knowledge and efficiently synthesise it becomes an increasingly pressing issue. Seeking to address the problem through their PLUTo workflow, British scientists Ross Mounce and Peter Murray-Rust, University of Cambridge and Matthew […]

    Openly published Open Science Prize Grant Proposal builds on ContentMine and Hypothes.is to bridge scientists and facts

  • 11/03/2016
  • oo_80201

    Public health emergencies such as the currently spreading Zika disease might be successfully necessitating open access for the available biomedical researches and their underlying data, yet filtering the right information, so that it lands in the hands of the right people, is what holds up professionals to bring the adequate measures about. Submitted to the […]