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Jan 19 2018 | The Lancet | Posted In: In the News, Students
In Winter 2017, Adithi R. Iyer, was a freshman student in STS 1 and coming out of her interests associated with the class, Professor John Willinsky's Public Knowledge Project sponsored her research in London at The Lancet which led to this publication in this open access Global Health edition of...
Dec 7 2017 | Nature Index | Posted In: Faculty, In the News, Staff
The launch of BioMed Central and the Public Library of Science (PLOS) in the early 2000s ushered in a new era in scientific publishing. For the first time, the publishers of top-tier biomedical journals made papers freely available online to readers, regardless of affiliation with a subscribing...
Nov 29 2017 | Stanford News | Posted In: In the News, Staff
When JOHN WILLINSKY, the Khosla Family Professor of Education, came to Stanford a decade ago from Vancouver, Canada, he brought his leadership of the Public Knowledge Project, which promotes and studies the sharing of research and scholarship as a public good. He also brought his electric guitar.
Nov 21 2017 | FSI | CISAC | Posted In: Faculty
By Clifton B. Parker Nuclear decision-making The discussion revolved around whether North Korea will have the ability to strike the U.S. with nuclear warheads, and can the U.S. depend on a deterrence strategy like it did during the Cold War? Deterrence theory holds that nuclear weapons are intended...
Nov 7 2017 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
By Vicky Stein When women participate in a medical research paper, that research is more likely to take into account the differences between the way men and women react to diseases and treatments, according to a new study by Stanford researchers.