OWW – an experimental protocols wiki (and much more…)

Jonathan over at Working the bench has just recently posted about how impressed he is by OpenWetWare and the available protocols:

It takes a little digging, but the website is really sweet simply because it gives you the feel that, for any given protocol, you are looking at something that works. It’s been tested, validated, and in many cases even commented on and modified by any number of additional people.

Jonathan makes a good point here where he mentions that you are looking at something that has been tested, validated and in many times worked on collaboratively by a group of OWW members.

What Jonathan doesn’t mention is that although OWW is a great resource for protocols, there are other great features like the materials section, indexed reference sources and above all, a large community of researchers from all over the world.

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  1. Jonathan Jacobs’s avatar

    Yes! I’m still super impressed with OWW (I even used it today to check something about primer design). My apologies for not giving you a full review; I’m still new to blogging (second attempt) and trying to get back into the swing of things. Well, thanks for the link (!) and keep up the good work!

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