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Mar 13 2018
Sackler Colloquium on Creativity and Collaboration: Revisiting Cybernetic Serendipity
Citizen Scientists Invited to Speed up Medical Discovery
24 Feb 2018 |
Posted by Katrina Theisz
This guest blog entry is brought to you from the teams behind Stall Catchers, Mark2Cure and Cochrane Crowd
If you were given a chance to improve health evidence, fight Alzheimer’s and...
Feb 04 2018
32nd AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Thirty-Second AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Oct 24 2017
Bringing a Taste of Crowdsourcing to Bioscience
10 Oct 2017 |
Posted by Katrina Theisz
By Nicole L. Garneau, PhD, Curator and Chair of the Health Sciences Department and PI of the NIH SEPA-Funded Genetics of Taste Lab at the Denver Museum of Nature &...
Standing on the shoulders of giants: Why knowledge management matters for genomics and precision medicine.
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30 May 2017 | Contributor(s):: Andrew Su, Ginger Tsueng (Contributor)
Seminar by Dr. Andrew Su, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA. October 17, 2016Dr. Su discusses the importance of knowledge management for biomedical discovery, delving into his lab's work on Gene Wiki / Wikidata (crowdsourced science) and Mark2Cure (citizen science)
Global Mosquito Alert: UN Backed Citizen Science Platform to Fight Mosquito-Borne Diseases
16 May 2017 |
Posted by Elizabeth Tyson
By Elizabeth Tyson
With the summer approaching, so are the mosquitoes. A UN-backed global platform will align citizen scientists from around the world to track and control...
Nov 21 2016
Crowdsourcing Week Europe 2016
Oct 30 2016
The Fourth AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing (HCOMP 2016)
CitSciBio.org- The Biomedical Citizen Science Hub
13 May 2016 | Contributor(s):: Jennifer Couch, Katrina Theisz, Elizabeth Gillanders
Abstract:In an effort to help connect the widely dispersed practitioners and resources of biomedical citizen science, NIH have teamed up with HUBzero to build the Biomedical Citizen Science Hub, CitSciBio.org. The Hub (CitSciBio) is designed to be a collaborative virtual environment, and to be...
CitSciBio.org- The Biomedical Citizen Science Hub (poster handout)
Building the Knowledgebase of Biology using Citizen Science
07 Jan 2016 | Contributor(s):: Andrew Su, Ishwar Chandramouli (Contributor)
Andrew Su discusses annotation of biomedical literature via crowdsourcing.[[Youtube(hT_pj1cB0Q8, 500, 400)]]