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How can the internet help you to do science more efficiently? Wikipedia and Google Maps are two prominent results of a quiet web revolution that is currently taking place. This new movement towards sharing and community contribution of knowledge, dubbed "Web 2.0", will deeply influence scientific communication and science in general - also yours.

Konrad Förstner - Using new web concepts for more efficient research
What are the concepts of "Web 2.0"? How can you use it to make better science? This talk will give you an overview about the concepts and most important examples for non-techy scientist.
Konrad Foerstner - Information overflow? Stay tuned with a click
Biological knowledge increases expotentially. Use the community for getting stimulating input beyond papers and use blogs for sharing your opinion with others. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) can help you to keep track of huge amounts of newly appearing information.
Michael Kuhn - Social bookmarking
Drowning in bookmarks and references? "Tagging" is easier than filing in a big hierarchy. As others do the same, you can take advantage of "social bookmarking" to tap into their knowledge.

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