Here are our favorite tweets from the second Day of the Science 2.0 Conference – make sure you don’t miss our #sci20conf-Review of the first conference day and our outtakes on the bottom of this post.

Big Data, Big Science, and Beyond

By Professor Ralph Schröder, Oxford Internet Institute.

Science 2.0 arrived – and what’s next?

By Dr Paweł Szczęsny, Department of Bioinformatics, Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences

Science and the Beta-Society: How Web 2.0 platforms challenge scholarly communication?

By René König, Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Open Research Data in Horizon 2020

By Dr Celina Ramjoué, Head of Sector ‘Open access to scientific publications and data’

Libraries go Science 2.0

Practical Spotlights – Lightning-Talks + Discussions moderated by Goportis – Leibniz Library Network for Research Information

Can We Predict Scientific Impact with Social Media? A Comparison with Traditional Metrics of Scientific Impact

Professor Denis Helic, Institute for Knowledge Management (KMI), Graz University of Technology

Smart Campus: Services with and for People

By Dr Marco Pistore, Institute for Scientific and Technological Research, Fondazione Bruno Kessler,


Christian Heise


Research Associate at the Hybrid Publishing Lab and Member of Board of the Open Knowledge Foundation Germany, currently working on his Ph.D thesis about Open Science. More about me...

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