George Church talks open data with The Economist

The Economist spoke with George Church about the benefits of open data. "It really is hard to do good science on closed data sets," Church said. The Harvard Medical School professor has long advocated for greater openness, with the sharing of his own data through the Personal Genome Project a standout example. Article

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