Science Networking Gets Serious

@article{Maxmen2010ScienceNG,
  title={Science Networking Gets Serious},
  author={Amy Maxmen},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2010},
  volume={141},
  pages={387-389}
}
Academia.edu: Social network or Academic Network?
Academic social network sites Academia.edu and ResearchGate, and reference sharing sites Mendeley, Bibsonomy, Zotero, and CiteULike, give scholars the ability to publicize their research outputs and
Social networking and scientific communication: A paradoxical return to Mertonian roots?
Although modes of interaction between the two continue to evolve, society and science are inextricably linked. Preserving the integrity of science, and by extension society, in the era of Twitter and
Network-Driven Reputation in Online Scientific Communities
TLDR
This work proposes an algorithm which simultaneously computes reputation of users and fitness of papers in a bipartite network representing an online scientific community and shows that when the input data is extended to a multilayer network including users, papers and authors and the algorithm is correspondingly modified, the resulting performance improves on multiple levels.
Journal impact evaluation: a webometric perspective
TLDR
There are practical problems with creating metrics for journals based on web data: principally that most such metrics should be easy for journal editors or publishers to manipulate, but two alternatives seem to have both promise and value: citations derived from digitised books and download counts for journals within specific delivery platforms.
Impact Evaluation : A Webometric Perspective
In theory, the web has the potential to provide inf ormation about the wider impact of academic research, beyond traditional scholarly impact. This is because the web can reflect non-scholarly uses
Managing Citations With Cost-Free Tools
TLDR
Free citation management tools offer some advantages for many types of researchers, and one such cost-free bibliographic management tool is Zotero, which acts in conjunction with the Firefox web browser, letting users capture material.
Social media (SM) use by technology education students on field placement
This study explored the intuitions and usage of social media (SM) for communication and instructional support by information technology (ICT) education students on field placement. A random sampling
Social media (SM) use by technology education students on field placement
This study explored the intuitions and usage of social media (SM) for communication and instructional support by information technology (ICT) education students on field placement. A random sampling
Core Facilities: Maximizing the Return on Investment
TLDR
Ongoing efforts at the U.S. National Institutes of Health and academic medical centers to enhance the utility of cores are described.
Advances in technologies and study design.
  • L. Parnell
  • Biology
    Progress in molecular biology and translational science
  • 2012
...
1
2
...