Data Infrastructures

By |2018-04-27T11:07:07+00:00April 27th, 2018|

A data infrastructure is a collection of data assets, the bodies that maintain them and guides that explain how to use the collected data. Lets take the term infrastructure and think about it. Infrastructure means all the tools or systems that are supporting different activities. For example the infrastructure of streets, bridges, that are maintained [...]

Fun in Open Science

By |2018-04-09T18:38:59+00:00March 26th, 2018|

Have you ever been at a barcamp before? If I am totally honest with you, me... never ever! The first time I heard the words "barcamp" I was not sure what it even meant until my colleage -- who told me about it -- explained it to me. So it is how I attended for [...]

Quality in Science

By |2018-01-12T20:45:16+00:00August 24th, 2017|

Think about it… quality has different meanings and everything depends on the context. Are we speaking about quality in business? Or maybe in philosophy? There are another possibilities like quality in physics, or energy, or something like logical quality. Or the probably best known one for all of us: service quality. But, what is the [...]

La curiosidad y la perseverancia es el éxito de la ciencia

By |2018-01-16T19:43:55+00:00August 14th, 2017|

Preguntas del tipo ¿cómo? o ¿por qué? son las que a travez de la historia han inspirado a científicos y soñadores en la búsqueda de respuestas y soluciones a interrogantes. De esta forma, con el transcurso de los años la ciencia ha venido evolucionando desde lo más básico: conocimientos obtenidos por medio de observaciones y [...]

Python, Astronomy and Open Science

By |2018-01-12T20:41:06+00:00August 7th, 2017|

In this video, called "Why Astronomers Love Python And Why You Should Too", astronomer and data scientist Jake Vanderplasexplains how the experience of working with open source, especially with the open source language python, completely changed the way how he and others are doing astronomy today. xkcd making fun of Python's easy way to share [...]

What Makes Science True?

By |2018-01-12T20:35:12+00:00July 3rd, 2017|

In this video, American television NOVA manages to demonstrate in 15 minutes the biggest challenges of science today: the reproducibility crisis reasons for false positive results in science the importance of experiment repetition the scientific process as continuing discussion These points were one of the reasons why we founded Moringa Science Publishing. Together with many [...]

What we are

By |2018-01-12T20:25:14+00:00May 5th, 2017|

“Don't let people tell you your ideas won't work”   this quote, said by Dennis Crowley, co-founder of Foursquare, is exactly what Moringa Science Publishing is doing. With 6 different Journals, we represent a new way of publishing where the principles of Open Science are applied. Open Access is one of our core principles, on [...]

Authenticity In Publishing

By |2018-02-11T11:10:16+00:00June 6th, 2016|

We at Moringa Science Publishing care about the persistence and authenticity of our publications. Why, do you ask, does that make us different? Many publishers publish and forget. Persistence and authenticity is the job of archives, they seem ot think. Image CC-0 via pixabay.com/en/bookshelf-old-library-old-books-1082309/ Traditionally, many publishers did and still do not see that as being [...]

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