Andre publishes Open Hardware perspectives piece in PloS Biol

Andre’s response to Eve Marder’s eLife piece on the haves and have nots in science in general has just been published in PloS Biol. Here, Andre argues that concerted investments and efforts in pushing open hardware for research (and education) are one promising way to level the playing field between well-funded and underfunded labs worldwide.

Chagas AM (2018) Haves and have nots must find a better way: the case for open scientific hardware. PloS Biology doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3000014. direct link.

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