"The future(s) of open science", Philip Mirowski (University of Notre Dame)
Egenis seminar series
Almost everyone is enthusiastic that ‘open science’ is the wave of the future. Yet when one looks seriously at the flaws in modern science that the movement proposes to remedy, the prospect for improvement in at least four areas are unimpressive. This suggests that the agenda is effectively to re-engineer science along the lines of platform capitalism, under the misleading banner of opening up science to the masses.
|An Egenis, the Centre for the Study of Life Sciences seminar
|2 August 2018
|11:00 to 13:00