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Kamila Markram
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Neuroscientist & autism researcher. Co-founder & CEO of Frontiers, a leading academic open-access publisher and social network for researchers.
Neuroscientist & autism researcher. Co-founder & CEO of Frontiers, a leading academic open-access publisher and social network for researchers.

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The way scientists built reputation and impact are changing - social and semantic networks enable and enhance discoverability and readership for researchers and their work.

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In WIRED: Neuroscientist Henry Markram says he can build a supercomputer replica of the human brain. Now he has $1.3 billion to prove it.

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The Economist covers the Frontiers - Nature Publishing Group alliance.

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We are so proud and excited at Frontiers: today we are announcing the alliance between Frontiers and Nature Publishing Group - this is great news for Open Access and Open Science! Congratulations to all Frontiers Editors and Authors and all those who supported the Frontiers vision. Now you will see us in an accelerated mode to achieve our goal of an Open Science platform where everybody has equal right to discover, share and generate knowledge. A big THANKS to all our supporters!

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Official Human Brain Project video

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Apple’s look into the Future (from back in the 1990s)

I actually saw this video back when it was originally produced at a meeting back in 1993 (I think) at the local Apple office in Tampa (long since closed), and I remember thinking, “I wonder if we’ll ever really have stuff like this in our lifetime?”

Of course, there was no way for anyone to know back then that what we were looking at was a version of what would eventually be released as the iPad and Siri. :)

Start from the 1-minute point for the demo of what they envisioned as “The Knowledge Navigator.” Now, I just mentioned Apple, which means this will quickly turn into a comment war, so to divert your attention briefly from that, how about people who shoot HDR photography, huh? That’s not “real” photography, right? ;-)

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The new Frontiers video is out - this how we do it over here at Frontiers.

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Year 3 of the Blue Brain Project documentary by +Noah Hutton  is out. 

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I spent the last weekend at the SpotOn conference in London exchanging ideas about science in the internet age. Great conference, many interesting people - thanks to the SpotOn team for organizing such a great conference and giving us the space to present how we at Frontiers see science in general and science publishing in particular evolving in the internet age.
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