Overview

The advent of advanced digital technologies is a feature of our global landscape that could facilitate the democratic distribution of opportunities for scientific exploration, knowledge production, and consumption in ways that were once thought to be impossible. However, the universal human right to participate in science and engineering has been largely sidelined: we typically think or believe that only institutional entities possess the unique intellectual capacities and practical resources that are required to produce epistemic and technological goods. However, buying into this notion–the notion that the means of the production of knowledge is held by an intellectually “elite” few is–firstly, just theoretically flawed–and secondly, in practice, it serves to disproportionately place decision making power and access into the hands of those entities who are more likely to prioritize their own uncapped social or economic growth (which is honestly most people in a hard capitalist society), and therefore are more likely to use their accrual of “knowledge credits” to feed desires that serve them as individuals, rather than desires that involve the cooperative engagement with others, novel propositional ideas, and solution focused ventures. This ultimately undermines the entire scientific enterprise in the sense that the system just perpetuates the inequities and harms that “science” and “technology” are supposed to mitigate. We’re all part of this problem–
(whether we’re the ones fearing we’re not ‘worthy’ of ‘doing science’, or whether we’re the ones agnostically and uncritically consuming whatever knowledge is produced, or whether we’re the ones doing science and thinking that this qualifies us as intellectually unique/superior);
–therefore, we’re all part of minimizing the senseless inequity and harm here.
So what can we structurally alter (at all levels spanning the “individual psychological” to the “sociopolitical” in order to bring about functional change?)

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  2020 (1)
Elevating the human experience (HX) through service research collaborations: introducing ServCollab. Fisk, R. P.; Alkire (née Nasr), L.; Anderson, L.; Bowen, D. E.; Gruber, T.; Ostrom, A. L.; and Patrício, L. Journal of Service Management, 31(4): 615–635. May 2020. ZSCC: NoCitationData[s0]
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  2019 (5)
Frameworks for supporting patient and public involvement in research: Systematic review and co-design pilot. Greenhalgh, T.; Hinton, L.; Finlay, T.; Macfarlane, A.; Fahy, N.; Clyde, B.; and Chant, A. Health Expectations, 22(4): 785–801. 2019. _eprint: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/hex.12888
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Opportunities and Risks for Citizen Science in the Age of Artificial Intelligence. Ceccaroni, L.; Bibby, J.; Roger, E.; Flemons, P.; Michael, K.; Fagan, L.; and Oliver, J. L. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 4(1): 29. November 2019. ZSCC: 0000003 Number: 1 Publisher: Ubiquity Press
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Human enhancement through the lens of experimental and speculative neurotechnologies. Teunisse, W.; Youssef, S.; and Schmidt, M. Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies, 1(4): 361–372. October 2019.
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Entrepreneurship and eudaimonic well-being: Five venues for new science. Ryff, C. D. Journal of Business Venturing, 34(4): 646–663. July 2019. ZSCC: 0000013
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Potential Applications of Digital Technology in Assessment, Treatment, and Self-help for Hallucinations. Thomas, N.; Bless, J. J; Alderson-Day, B.; Bell, I. H; Cella, M.; Craig, T.; Delespaul, P.; Hugdahl, K.; Laloyaux, J.; Larøi, F.; Lincoln, T. M; Schlier, B.; Urwyler, P.; van den Berg, D.; and Jardri, R. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 45(Supplement_1): S32–S42. February 2019. ZSCC: NoCitationData[s0]
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  2018 (1)
Multidimensional Connectomics and Treatment-Resistant Schizophrenia: Linking Phenotypic Circuits to Targeted Therapeutics. MacKay, M. B.; Paylor, J. W.; Wong, J. T. F.; Winship, I. R.; Baker, G. B.; and Dursun, S. M. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 9. October 2018. ZSCC: 0000006
Multidimensional Connectomics and Treatment-Resistant Schizophrenia: Linking Phenotypic Circuits to Targeted Therapeutics [link]Paper   doi   bibtex   abstract  
  2017 (5)
OPEN DATA FOR DISCOVERY SCIENCE. Payne, P. R. O.; Huang, K.; Shah, N. H.; and Tenenbaum, J. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing, 22: 649–652. 2017. ZSCC: 0000001
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A Systems Approach to Healthcare Innovation Using the MIT Hacking Medicine Model. Gubin, T. A.; Iyer, H. P.; Liew, S. N.; Sarma, A.; Revelos, A.; Ribas, J.; Movassaghi, B.; Chu, Z. M.; Khalid, A. N.; Majmudar, M. D.; and Lee, C. X. Cell Systems, 5(1): 6–10. July 2017. ZSCC: 0000023
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Patient-Driven Medical Innovations: Building a Precision Medicine Supply Chain for All. Staff, T. P. C. March 2017. ZSCC: NoCitationData[s0]
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The need for citizen science in the transition to a sustainable peer-to-peer-society. Wildschut, D. Futures, 91: 46–52. August 2017. ZSCC: 0000031
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Do-It-Yourself Empowerment as Experienced by Novice Makers with Disabilities. Meissner, J. L.; Vines, J.; McLaughlin, J.; Nappey, T.; Maksimova, J.; and Wright, P. In Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Designing Interactive Systems - DIS '17, pages 1053–1065, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 2017. ACM Press
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  2016 (2)
Academic Research in the 21st Century: Maintaining Scientific Integrity in a Climate of Perverse Incentives and Hypercompetition. Edwards, M. A.; and Roy, S. Environmental Engineering Science, 34(1): 51–61. September 2016. ZSCC: NoCitationData[s0] Publisher: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
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Ethics and Relationship: From Risk Management to Relational Engagement. Birrell, P. J.; and Bruns, C. M. Journal of Counseling & Development, 94(4): 391–397. October 2016. ZSCC: 0000005
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  2015 (1)
Perspective: Linking Design Thinking with Innovation Outcomes through Cognitive Bias Reduction. Liedtka, J. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 32(6): 925–938. 2015. ZSCC: 0000519 _eprint: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/jpim.12163
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  2013 (1)
The Quantified Self: Fundamental Disruption in Big Data Science and Biological Discovery. Swan, M. Big Data, 1(2): 85–99. June 2013. ZSCC: 0000833
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  2012 (3)
Partners & Organizational Supporters \textbar Society for Participatory Medicine. September 2012.
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The Maker Movement. Dougherty, D. Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization, 7(3): 11–14. July 2012. ZSCC: 0000491
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Crowdsourced Health Research Studies: An Important Emerging Complement to Clinical Trials in the Public Health Research Ecosystem. Swan, M. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 14(2): e46. 2012. Company: Journal of Medical Internet Research Distributor: Journal of Medical Internet Research Institution: Journal of Medical Internet Research Label: Journal of Medical Internet Research Publisher: JMIR Publications Inc., Toronto, Canada
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  2011 (2)
Identifying the Challenges in Community-Based Participatory Research Collaboration. Hotze, T. AMA Journal of Ethics, 13(2): 105–108. February 2011. ZSCC: 0000009 Publisher: American Medical Association
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Design for (every)one : co-creation as a bridge between universal design and rehabilitation engineering. De Couvreur, L.; and Goossens, R. CoDesign, 7(2): 107–121. June 2011.
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  2008 (1)
Why Are Computational Neuroscience and Systems Biology So Separate?. Schutter, E. D. PLOS Computational Biology, 4(5): e1000078. May 2008. ZSCC: 0000102 Publisher: Public Library of Science
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NSF Award Search: Award # 2040688 - NSF Convergence Accelerator Track D: Deep Monitoring of the Biome Will Converge Life Sciences, Policy, and Engineering.
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Schizophrenia Journal Articles - Index.
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Online Resources for Science Laboratories (POD) - Remote Teaching.
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Four Thieves Vinegar.
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Curated list of awesome lists \textbar Project-Awesome.org.
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Find Open Textbooks – BCcampus OpenEd Resources.
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Open Knowledge Maps - A visual interface to the world's scientific knowledge. Maps, O. K. ZSCC: 0000001
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Biophysics —BIO-PROTOCOL.
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The BRAIN Initiative and Neuroethics: Enabling and Enhancing Neuroscience Advances for Society: AJOB Neuroscience: Vol 11, No 3.
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A PHENOMENOLOGICAL LOOK AT THE LIFE HACKING-ENABLED PRACTICES OF INDIVIDUALS WITH MOBILITY AND DEXTERITY IMPAIRMENTS. Robinson, J. ,499. . ZSCC: 0000000
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