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Apr 14, 2017
Mozilla Science's mini Working Open Workshop
through Downtown Portland and OHSU South Waterfront

miniWOW PDX 2017

Do you have an idea for a project that will help the scientific community or impact the way scientists work? It could be software, an advocacy project, an effort to bring science to the people, or something else entirely. Getting a project off the ground is daunting, and most of us aren’t trained in project management and community building skills.

At miniWOW PDX, Mozilla Science Lab will help you take your project from idea to reality and give you technical, project management, and community building skills to kickstart your work.

We have 10 awesome science/tech community building and tool development projects registered from OHSU, PSU, OSU, and UCSF! We can accommodate about 5 more projects. Multiple people can bring a project as a team, just get us the headcount so we can get enough food and get everyone access to the venues. Registrations accepted through Wednesday 4/12/17. Contact [email protected] with questions. To register, please fill out this form.

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Feb 1, 2019
OpenCon Cascadia
through Robertson Life Sciences Building, OHSU

An OpenCon satellite conference, which aims to support regional efforts to make scholarship more open, inclusive, and accessible.

Engage in energizing conversations on all things open–with a focus on supporting young and early career professionals in science, scholarship, research, and librarianship.

We aim to foster community building, gain an understanding of current issues within the research ecosystem, and form solutions to these obstacles as a regional community.