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Can we make accountable research software?

Preamble: this post is inspired by a series of tweets that took place over the past couple of days. I am indebted to Luis Pedro Coelho (@LuisPedroCoelho) and to Robert Buels (@rbuels) for a stimulating, 140-char-at-a-time discussion. Finally, my thanks (and yours, hopefully) to Ben Temperton for initiating the Bioinformatics Testing Consortium. Science is messing around with […]

Open Cancer Research

  “We seek to download from the amazing successes of the computer industry two principles: that of open source, and that of crowdsourcing; to quickly, responsibly accelerate the delivery of targeted therapeutics to cancer patients. Our business model involves all of you. This research is funded by the public.”