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OpenWetWare is [[wiki]] created on April 20, 2005.   
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[[Image:OWWEmblem.png|thumb|right|OpenWetWare logo, designed by Jennifer Cook-Chrysos]]
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OpenWetWare is a [[wiki]] created on April 20, 2005.  The mission of the site is "to support open research, education, publication, and discussion in biological sciences and engineering."
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==History==
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OpenWetWare was founded by graduate students at [[MIT]].  Initially, OpenWetWare served as a private lab wiki for the labs of [[Drew Endy]] and [[Tom Knight]] at [[MIT]].  The site was opened up to allow any lab to join on June 22, 2005.  As of August 21, 2006 the site hosted [http://openwetware.org/index.php?title=Labs&oldid=63186 50 research laboratories] from [http://openwetware.org/index.php?title=Labs&oldid=63186  30 institutions], including [[Boston University]] [[Brown University]],[[Caltech]],[[Cambridge Research Institute]],[[CNRS]],[[Harvard University]], and [http://openwetware.org/index.php?title=Labs&oldid=63186 many others].
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OpenWetWare was founded by graduate students at [[MIT]].  Initially, OpenWetWare served as a private lab wiki for the labs of [[Drew Endy]] and [[Tom Knight]] at MIT.  The site was opened up to allow any lab to join on June 22, 2005.   
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Invitations to join the site were extended to other laboratories at [[MIT]] and in the field of [[synthetic biology]] on June 22, 2005.  As of August 21, 2006 the site hosted [http://openwetware.org/index.php?title=Labs&oldid=63186 50 research laboratories] from [http://openwetware.org/index.php?title=Labs&oldid=63186  30 institutions], including [[Boston University]] [[Brown University]],[[Caltech]],[[Cambridge Research Institute]],[[CNRS]],[[Harvard University]],[[IISc
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In addition to laboratories, a number of scientific communities are based on the site, including [[Synthetic Biology|synthetic biology]], ([http://openwetware.org/wiki/Synthetic_Biology home]), [[Mimulus]] ([http://openwetware.org/wiki/Mimulus_Community home]), and the [[BioBricks Foundation]] ([http://openwetware.org/wiki/The_BioBricks_Foundation home]). 
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==References==
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OpenWetWare runs on MediaWiki software on Linux servers. All content is available under free content licenses, specifically the [[GNU Free Documentation License|GNU free documentation license (GFDL)]] and the [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license.]
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==External Links==
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*[http://openwetware.org OpenWetWare]
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        * Tatar Lab
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===News Reports===
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        * Helfand Lab
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*[http://www.nature.com/news/2006/060605/full/441678a.html Online methods share insider tricks] Nature June 7, 2006.
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*[http://www.sciencemag.org/content/vol311/issue5757/netwatch.dtl Wikis: Lab Partnering] Science January 6, 2006.
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*[http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/112222874/PDFSTART BLOG and WIKI your science] Biotechnology Journal December 27, 2005
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*[http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v438/n7068/full/438548a.html Science in the web age: Joint efforts] Nature December 1, 2005.
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OpenWetWare makes all content available under a free content license, specifically the [[GNU Free Documentation License|GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL)]] and the [[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike License.]]
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Wikicities is a macro-wiki managed by Wikia, created on July 1, 2004. It is a collection of wikis run by various communities, all of which run on MediaWiki. It could be described as a hosting service for wiki-projects, each called a "Wikicity".
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Apart from a few common-sense restrictions, to preclude the uploading of obscene or illegal material, anyone can found a Wikicity in any language. To gain approval for the creation of a Wikicity, would-be founders are asked to formulate a mission statement specifying the objectives of the project. The project announced the creation of its one hundredth wiki on February 3, 2005 [1]. Wikicities provides both technical and social support for all aspects of running a wiki community.
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Wikicities makes all content available under a free content licence, specifically the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL). This means the information can be reused, not only in other Wikicities, but by anyone within the terms of the licence, including Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikicities is hosted on Linux servers using squid cache acceleration.
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OpenWetWare logo, designed by Jennifer Cook-Chrysos
OpenWetWare logo, designed by Jennifer Cook-Chrysos

OpenWetWare is a wiki created on April 20, 2005. The mission of the site is "to support open research, education, publication, and discussion in biological sciences and engineering."

OpenWetWare was founded by graduate students at MIT. Initially, OpenWetWare served as a private lab wiki for the labs of Drew Endy and Tom Knight at MIT. The site was opened up to allow any lab to join on June 22, 2005. As of August 21, 2006 the site hosted 50 research laboratories from 30 institutions, including Boston University Brown University,Caltech,Cambridge Research Institute,CNRS,Harvard University, and many others.

In addition to laboratories, a number of scientific communities are based on the site, including synthetic biology, (home), Mimulus (home), and the BioBricks Foundation (home).

OpenWetWare runs on MediaWiki software on Linux servers. All content is available under free content licenses, specifically the GNU free documentation license (GFDL) and the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license.

External Links

News Reports

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