Ben Goldacre, described by Wikipedia as a “British science writer, doctor and psychiatrist”, recently gave a talk at TED Global 2011 in Edinburgh where he explained some of the perils of withholding and manipulating scientific research.
I briefly shared the same stage with him whilst setting up for our Young Rewired State talk at OpenTech 2010. Here’s a super dull, fanboi pic to ‘prove’ it.
On stage at Open Tech. – JuliaC2006 2010 © All rights reserved
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