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DIY Laboratories: Next Steps for Open Science in South and Southeast Asia

By Hermes Huang of the Understanding Open Hardware and Citizen Science Project Summary: • The Understanding Open Hardware and Citizen Science Project, working in Indonesia, Thailand, and Nepal, is based on the premise that science practice is often inaccessible in the Global South due to high costs related to acquiring hardware, accessing educational institutions, and hiring professional services. […]

Reflections from #ICTD2015 (May 15 – 18th, 2015)

Reflections from #ICTD2015 (May 15 – 18th, 2015)   Earlier this month, members of the OCSDNet team attended the Seventh International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD) (http://ictd2015.org/) in Singapore. We hosted an open panel session (video available here) to discuss with those present at ICTD 2015 how open approaches to science might […]