As we celebrate International Open Access Week 2017, below we take a look at the freely accessible digitized version of an article from the Marine Biological Laboratory 1926 newspaper called "The Collecting Net". In an article entitled "Cooperation in Research" the editors foreshadow the concept of open access:

"Some workers are reticent about letting others know just what they are doing or how they are doing it. ...This is not in the interest of science, even though in some cases it may be better for the ego."

23 Oct 2017
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Update: The library's archivesspace installation has be updated and is now available at archives.mblwhoilibrary.org. 

 

Kate MacCord, Program Administrator and James McDonnell Foundation Fellow

All talks are 12:15PM, Grass Reading Room, MBLWHOI Library, MBL Lillie Building, Woods Hole

Thursday, August 3rd

At the intersection of history, philosophy, and science

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