When someone mentions Mozilla your thoughts will probably immediately jump to this fiery little fox.
You are also likely to be aware Firefox is an Open Source web browser, that before Google Chrome hit the scene, was every cool kids preferred way to surf the net.
Mozilla Science Lab was formed around 2013 with the vision of exploring what digital literacy means for science, software carpentry, building community and starting a global conversation. The aim of the Lab is to transform science by making research open and accessible. They see Open Science as “a way for science to achieve its fullest potential”.
For the night owls among us, the next event is a Community Call on August 11 at 2-3am AEST that will discuss open science project management. If you can’t make the call (full disclosure: I certainly won’t… 2 am… seriously) make sure you explore the Mozilla Science Lab‘s full suite of resources. They also have an excellent blog and twitter feed.
If you’ve attended any events or used any Science Lab resources let us know about your experience by commenting below.