" Biologie/médecine 2.0 " : état des lieux

Abstract : In the last decade, the applications known as "web 2.0" (Facebook, Youtube, Twitter...) have changed our daily life and gradually influence the field of research. This article aims to make a critical overview of these new services, and emphasizes the changes induced for researchers (practice of scientific publication, sharing and mutualization of research data and discussion between researchers...) especially in the field of biology/medicine. A focus is done on the limitations that deter most of scientists from using these services in their common practice (lack of knowledge about these tools, time-consuming, fear of sharing data and ideas). Despite these restrictions, some mutations affecting researcher's information uses are unavoidable, and these new tools may rapidly contribute to scientific advances.
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médecine/sciences, EDP Sciences, 2012, 28 (6-7), pp.653-658. <10.1051/medsci/2012286020>


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Christophe Boudry. " Biologie/médecine 2.0 " : état des lieux. médecine/sciences, EDP Sciences, 2012, 28 (6-7), pp.653-658. <10.1051/medsci/2012286020>. <hal-00698459v2>

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