Pushing the Limits: The new (im)possibilities in science

450 minuten

For more information and tickets visit The field of science is changing rapidly, resulting in exciting new opportunities. It is now possible to collaborate and share data with scientists from all over the world. Researchers can involve the public through social media, crowdfunding and open access journals. What is possible, and what are the new rules and limitations of modern science? This symposium will inspire you to look at new possibilities in your own research, while at the same time encouraging you to reflect critically on these new possibilities. Join us for an evening with inspiring speakers and discuss your ideas with peer scientists while enjoying music, dinner and drinks at the APROVE SCIENCE NIGHT on Friday April 17th.  Dinner and drinks are included in the entrance fee. Speakers: Dr. Sascha Friesike: Open Science and the Digitization of Research
Camilla Dreef: Vogel het uit! – Involving the general public using social media and smartphone apps
Dr. Geert Buijze:COOL Challenge – Using social media to recruit test subjects
Prof. dr. Jos Engelen: Open Access High Quality Scientific Publishing: the new paradigm
Dr. John Bohannon: How to get your fake research published in 3 easy steps