Become part of an expanding team of developers working at the cutting edge of information science and biodiversity research. The Natural History Museum London is recruiting two junior/mid-level Drupal developers (18 month contracts, £34,508 per annum plus benefits) as part of a major effort to help researchers share and manage biodiversity data on the Web.
Working Together on the Web, Working Well? Innovation of a Research Work Environment
Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy 2011, at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. 15-17 September, 2011.
Who learns from whom? Supporting users and developers of a major biodiversity e-infrastructure
Zookeys. 2011. 150 (2011) Special Issue: e-Infrastructures for data publishing in biodiversity science 177–192, doi: 10.3897/zookeys.150.2191.
Scratchpads 2.0: a Virtual Research Environment supporting scholarly collaboration, communication and data publication in biodiversity science
Zookeys. 2011. 150 (2011) Special Issue: e-Infrastructures for data publishing in biodiversity science 53–70, doi:10.3897/zookeys.150.2193.