As you know, GOSH 2017 was kindly supported by the Alfred P Sloan Foundation who generously funded the meeting and all of the travel grants which got many of you to GOSH.
@shannond and I are compiling a report for the Foundation and would love to hear from you if you’ve done any of the following:
- Published a journal article citing or discussing GOSH
- Written a blog, magazine article or similar citing or discussing GOSH
- Mentoned GOSH in the media
- Organised an event as a result of GOSH or making use of connections from GOSH (we will mention for example the Biohacking event in Cameroon and the upcoming OSH Summit in Ghana)
- Got involved in an exciting collaboration as a result of GOSH
- Done anything that you don’t think would have happened without your involvement in GOSH
I’ve copied below some that we know about.
This will go on the website as well so we can celebrate our successes throughout the year!
Thanks very much in advance for your help! Ideally we need these in the next couple of days for the report itself but keep them coming even if you don’t get a chance until later.
Citation in Journal Articles
Dosemagen, S., Liboiron, M. & Molloy, J., (2017). Gathering for Open Science Hardware 2016. Journal of Open Hardware. 1(1), p.4. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/joh.5
Dryden, M.D., Fobel, R., Fobel, C. and Wheeler, A.R., 2017. Upon the Shoulders of Giants: Open-Source Hardware and Software in Analytical Chemistry. Analytical Chemistry, 89(8), pp.4330-4338. DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.7b00485
Sardelis, Stephanie, Samantha Oester, and Max Liboiron. “Ten Strategies to Reduce Gender Inequality at Scientific Conferences.” Frontiers in Marine Science 4 (2017): 231. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2017.00231
Wylie, Sara, Nick Shapiro, and Max Liboiron. “Making and Doing Politics Through Grassroots Scientific Research on the Energy and Petrochemical Industries.” Engaging Science, Technology, and Society 3 (2017): 393-425. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17351/ests2017.134
Wagoner, Maya M. Technology against technocracy: toward design strategies for critical community technology. Diss. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017.
Murillo, L.F.R. & Wenzel, T., (2017). Welcome to the Journal of Open Hardware. Journal of Open Hardware. 1(1), p.1. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/joh.3
Nuñez, I., Matute, T., Herrera, R., Keymer, J., Marzullo, T., Rudge, T., & Federici, F. (2017). Low cost and open source multi-fluorescence imaging system for teaching and research in biology and bioengineering. PloS one, 12(11), e0187163. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0187163
National/International Media Coverage
- Molloy, J. (2017, November 23). BBC Inside Science on BBC Radio 4. Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09fj9n8
Interview on democratisation of synthetic biology mentioning the GOSH Roadmap.
- The Economist (2017, December 19). Do-it-yourself Science is taking off. Available at: https://www.economist.com/news/christmas-specials/21732703-growing-movement-seeks-make-tools-science-available-everyone-including
Article features many GOSH Community members.
Online Magazines/Journal Blogs
Liboiron, M. & Molloy, J., (2017). We need to break science out of its ivory tower – here’s one way to do this. The Conversation [online]. Available at: https://theconversation.com/we-need-to-break-science-out-of-its-ivory-tower-heres-one-way-to-do-this-76354
Chagas, A.M., Liboiron, M., Molloy, J., Garcia Arcos, J.M., and Warren, J., Gathering for Open Science Hardware 2017: building a movement. PLOS Blogs. [online]. Available at http://blogs.plos.org/blog/2017/03/27/gathering-for-open-science-hardware-2017-building-a-movement/
van den Boom, F. Santiago de Chile, capital of the Global network for Open Science Hardware. Makery [online]. Available at http://www.makery.info/en/2017/03/31/gosh-santiago-du-chili-capitale-de-lopen-science-hardware/
Urs Gaudenz, Barbara Kummler, Stijn Ossevoort, Open Factory - Agil Entlang Der Wertschöpfungskette (2017) [online]. Available at https://blog.hslu.ch/crealab/files/2017/05/IDSOpenFactory_FinalReport_20173.pdf
Austic, G. People-led Research: A strange, sleeping giant [online]. Available at: https://medium.com/@gbathree/people-led-research-a-strange-sleeping-giant-8b8f6e11ec4f
Daal, X. De wereld verbeteren met open science hardware [online]. Available at: http://waag.org/en/blog/change-world-open-science-hardware
Bernaldo, P. Roadmap or compass? Gathering of Open Science Hardware (GOSH) 2017 [online]. Available at: https://medium.com/@PazByC/roadmap-or-compass-10e968487ad
Pereyra Irujo, Gustavo., Open tools for better science | Tecnologías abiertas para más y mejor ciencia [online]. Available at https://medium.com/@gpereyrairujo/tecnologías-abiertas-para-más-y-mejor-ciencia-7ce39214cbb5
Nadra, A. El Hardware Científico Abierto Puede Popularizar Y Redistribuir Los Beneficios De La Investigación [online]. Available at http://www.agenciacyta.org.ar/2017/04/el-hardware-cientifico-abierto-puede-popularizar-y-redistribuir-los-beneficios-de-la-investigacion/
Mestizo, H. #GOSH2017 [online]. Available at https://biolabescueladecreacion.wordpress.com/category/escuela-de-creacion/
Brook, T. GOSH @ Santiago de Chile [online]. Available at https://medium.com/the-traveling-scientist/gosh-santiago-de-chile-a04d06622cf9
GOSH Mentions in External Reports and Conference Presentations
- Digital Social Innovation Toolkit (Online)
Two projects from members of the GOSH community were selected as part of six case studies from the European Commission-funded Digital Social Innovation Toolkit. The GOSH Manifesto was cited as a source for best practice in design of open science hardware and used as an explanatory factor for their inclusion as examples of digital social innovation.
- Sage Assembly 2017: Mapping Open Research Ecosystems (Seattle, US)
The GOSH Manifesto was cited as a positive example of embedding values and ethics into design in a participatory science community by Eleonore Pauwels (Commons Lab, Woodrow Wilson Center) in her introductory remarks during the Ethics and Ecosystems panel. Jenny Molloy also presented a poster on GOSH alongside other initiatives on open research tools.
- Global Community Biotechnology Summit (MIT Media Lab, US)
Several GOSH 2017 participants attended the event including Jenny Molloy, Fernan Federici, Bethan Woolfenden, Thomas Herve Mboa, Laura Olalde and mentioned GOSH in numerous presentations and workshops.
- Maker Faire Xi’an
Marc Dusellier presented GOSH at Maker Faire Xi’an. Slides are available online: https://www.slideshare.net/dusjagr/dusjagr-xian-onbiohackingandcheeseshort
- Viritual Institute of Responsible Innovation Annual Meeting (Arizona State University, US)
Jenny Molloy presented GOSH as an example of a community approach to responsible research and innovation.
- New Scientist Live (ExCEL Centre, London, UK)
Jenny Molloy presented GOSH as part of a session on DIY Biology.