On-the-job "social networking" for research scientists

This kind of thing could have a big impact on scientific productivity and even help make science cool again.

It also includes a new concept: object-oriented research. Wow!
We are introducing new approaches to make research more reproducible, reusable and reliable,’ Professor De Roure said. ‘Research Objects are self-contained pieces of reproducible research which we will share in the future like papers are shared today.’
Unless you're familiar with the concept of "objects" through software or architecture, the concept can be tough to grasp. But it is very powerful.

You can play around with MyExperiment here.

Via Glenn

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