Data Curation in Biology – Past, Present and Future

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This is an audio recording of Janet Thornton's keynote presentation at the Third International BioCurator Society meeting held in Berlin, April 2009. Abstract: Data curation has been critical in the development of biology from Darwin and Linnaeus to UniProt, the careful collection and organisation of data has been the spring from which new hypotheses and understanding have emerged. In this presentation, I will describe how we have used data curation in my own research group - and also...

Changes in Scholarly Communication and the Potential Impact on Biocuration

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Audio recording of Phil Bourne's plenary lecture at the 3rd International BioCurator meeting in Berlin, April 17th 2009. Slides are available from