Reflections on the politics of openness in a new world order
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measures were therefore in order. For example, in December 2012,
the open-source platform OpenAshDieBack (oadb.tsl.ac.uk) was
launched. It had been designed by scientists from the John Innes
Centre in Norwich, and invited scientists from around the world to
share scientific data on Chalara. This unconventional step of rapidly
generating and releasing genomic sequence data was premised on the
understanding that ‘to foster open science and make it possible for
experts around the world to access the data and analyse it immediately
[would] speed up the process of