Tag Archives: mimicry

Look who’s talking now, but be careful

So far, none of the Open Access Files of the Day had sound, not even the two videos amongst them. This fits into the wider picture of multimedia being neglected in the scientific corners of Wikimedia projects, or in terms of reuse … Continue reading

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Nature’s approach to sharing and reuse

There are multiple ways to build upon previous achievements. Simple sharing of source code, protocols and materials under open licenses is one option, reengineering another (unless prevented by patent law). In biology, mimicry employs both strategies. Can you tell which one … Continue reading

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