The science of Google Wave: How an Online Application Could Change Research Communication.

Posted by Lauren Proctor on August 27, 2009

Web-savvy scientists gathered at the Science Online London conference in London on 22 August to explore how the Internet is changing the communication, practice and culture of science. Biochemist Cameron Neylon, of the University of Southampton, UK, was one of a few scientists at the conference who have been given pre-release access to Google Wave — an online collaboration and communication tool announced with great fanfare on 27 May. Naturespoke to Neylon about how Google Wave could transform the way that scientists work. (Nature)

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