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Methods nut. UOregon Psych alum. Research Scientist at Harvard Psych studying adolescence, cognition, and adversity. SIPS member. Motto: I doubt it. He/they.🌹✊🏻🖤
Researcher @ INGV-OE
This account reposts the Reddit Open_Science Post Feed. This fediverse feed is created using IFTTT. #OpenScience
There is also a German(-language) Open Science Feed, exclusive to Mastodon. @OpenScienceDeutschland
Senior researcher at GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (Cologne, Germany) and the Center for Advanced Internet Studies (Bochum, Germany)
We are a working group that wants to build tools to make translations of scientific articles/reports/books, abstracts, titles and terms more accessible and (thus) stimulate the production of such translations.
In our Wiki you can find information on finding translations. https://wiki.translatescience.org
Meteorologist turned Software Developer. Administrator of fediscience.org
I work on statistical homogenization methods and the accuracy of climate trends. #StatisticalHomogenization #Scientist #ClimateScientist #Climatology
As well as on a new open post-publication peer review system that is independent of scientific journals. @GrassrootsReview #PeerReview #OpenPeerReview #GrassrootsJournals
Admin of FediScience.
I am an Associate Professor of Language & Technology and the Director of the MSc Voice Technology at the University of Groningen. Open Access Ambassador.
Interests: Speech Technology, Andean languages, Aymara, Frisian
Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology @TUBerlin / Sociology of technology / STS / HRI /
Psychological scientist, creator of measures, studier of bad behavior, gadfly of my undergrad researchers, bad disc golfer, bad guitarist, pretty OK data scientist (arguably), supporter of #openscience, looker-askance at the gender, race, sexuality, and power dynamics of open science
History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis
Published since 1998
Motto: The history of philosophy should not only be honored as historical documents, but first and foremost be taken seriously from a philosophical point of view.
Let's bring the quality control of scientific articles back to the scientific community with open post-publication peer review independent of scientific journals
A grad student at UWaterloo.
I'm too lazy to take a good photo as an avatar. Looking forward to suggestions.
λ🐫, -Ofun, compiler writer, FPGA researcher, Computing Scientist at Glasgow University.