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openscienceASAP goes live on the web

For our first video-broadcast, we meet the bricobio DIY-Biolab from Montréal live on the web, where Stefan Kasberger will present the idea and some applications of Open Science for bio-hackers.

bricobio invited us to their series “Dendriting – Interviews with biohackers from around the world” to share the idea of Open Science to the biohackers community. To connect Canada with Austria, we use as usual a Google Hangout. This time, we want to test the “Google Hangout On Air” function, something we are looking for quite some time.

So this is it – our first livestream on the web. We are really excited and looking forward to this rather new experiment. But the excitement is not so much about the technology, it is more about you. An empty stream, an uncommented conversation and a non-clicked video is worth nothing. So we hope to see some people online, interacting with us via comments, chat or twitter (#ASAPonAir or write to @openscienceASAP).

The talk by Stefan Kasberger will give a short introduction into the concept of Open Science, show some use-cases and best practices in Biology and wet labs (we try our best as non-biologists) and finally plenty of time for questions from the biolab community and from the web. You also can add questions and collect content in the Etherpad.

You can watch the stream directly on Youtube or below.

14th March 2015
Start: 18h30 CET
End: 19h30