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  • ResearchHub SciCon 2023
    ResearchHub SciCon 2023
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Latest News

Feb 1, 2023

What is Decentralized Science (DeSci)?

ResearchHub DAO’s mission is to accelerate the pace of scientific research. ResearchHub provides an open forum where users can port in scientific publications, upload preprints through our notebook feature, generate scientific bounties, and discuss science (like Reddit) incentivized by ResearchCoin. As an alternative to scientific journals, ResearchHub contains hubs for all genres of scientific research.

What is Decentralized Science (DeSci)?

May 10, 2022

Decentralization is helping to shape the course of scientific research and business

Research Hub is a platform for open-access research that chief operating officer Patrick Joyce compared to GitHub for scientific research. Joyce told Cointelegraph that the platform, which has the backing of Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong, may eventually provide a serious incentive for open access publishing and to fund research in subjects that the National Science Foundation does not fund, such as quantum biology.

Decentralization is helping to shape the course of scientific research and business

Apr 15, 2022

DeSci: Can crypto improve scientific research?

ResearchHub is a good example of where DeSci may be heading. ResearchHub has hired 60 editors, he says, people who “are qualified to review scientific papers.” It’s really an economies-of-scale issue, enough editors and support, and the reviews will be almost universally respected. It’s currently on the hunt for preprints or draft research manuscripts to receive peer reviews.

DeSci: Can crypto improve scientific research?

Dec 7, 2021

Call to join the decentralized science movement

This work is spearheaded by online communities in a loose network of science-focused decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) such as Ants-Review, Blockchain for Science, DeSciDAO, Opscientia, Planetary Resilience DAO, ResearchHub and VitaDAO. In October 2021, the community-led Web3 conference LisCon featured DeSci speakers.

Call to join the decentralized science movement
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