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#f1000tour dates for the rest of 2013

26 Sep 2013

With the end of the summer here in the northern hemisphere the nights are growing longer and, with the start of the academic year, so is our schedule of external presentations, panels and workshops. Below is a list of our external presentations/talks, panel discussions, and educational workshops until the end of 2013, so far.


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These dates don’t include talks from F1000 Specialists, a number of whom are planning events in the coming weeks. We’ll update this blog post with more information about different events and add any new dates where applicable.

If you’d like to organize a presentation on behalf of or about F1000 at your university or other organization or event, please contact us. Our presentations cover a range of topics – from how to use specific F1000 services to broader developments in research assessment, peer review, publishing, data sharing, and careers in science publishing. We hope to see you at one of our events.

Dates for the rest of 2013

September 28Association of Brazilian Postgraduate Students and Researchers in the United Kingdom (ABEP) symposium, The Royal Society, London, UK
Invited talk: Sharing data, reducing bias and enhancing research papers
October 4 – Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge, UK
Invited talk: Innovations in sharing and assessing research at Faculty of 1000, and how you can get involved
October 10Article Level Metrics (ALM) Workshop 2013, San Francisco, USA
Invited talk: The metrics of public referee reports
October 15 – Medical Research Council National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR-MRC), Mill Hill, London
Title TBC: Panel discussion on new publishing models
October 17 – Medical Research Council Stem Cell Institute, University of Cambridge, UK
Invited talk: New ways of measuring research impact on the web – and other innovations at F1000
October 21Swansea University, UK
Title TBC: Invited talks and panel discussion on open access and alternative metrics
October 21University of Zurich, Switzerland
Transparency in data sharing and peer review
October 23University of Sheffield, UK
Title TBC: Topic is different models of open access.
October 25Edinburgh, UK
Panel discussion: Speeding up scientific publication and peer review
October 28North East Post Graduate Conference (NEPG), Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK
Title TBC: Talk on F1000Research
October 30 – Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, UK
Invited postgraduate training seminar: Publishing and sharing datasets
Thursday 7 November – Charleston Conference, USA
Concurrent conference session: Measuring research impact on the web
Friday 8 November – Charleston Conference, USA
Concurrent conference session:  What is new and innovative in the journal start-up Space – Lessons from 3 new journals. What has been done; what has been learned; and where are they going next
November 14The Netherlands Organization for Health Research and Development (ZonMw), The Hague, Netherlands
Title TBC: Workshop on the publication of negative results in animal research
November 15 – Medical Sciences Division, University of Oxford, UK
Invited workshop: Embrace information overload and understand research impact
November 18Lancaster University, UK
Sharing data reducing bias and enhancing research papers
November 18EBI-Sanger-Cambridge PhD Symposium (eSCAMPS), Cambridge, UK
Title TBC: Workshop on science communication and social media
December 11 – Papworth Hospital, University of Cambridge, UK
F1000Prime, and other innovations in assessing and sharing research

 

Date: 
26 September 2013

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