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Open chairs, worms and hands, four years later

What happened to four great Open projects I met in 2015?

Peer-to-Peer Science: The Century-Long Challenge to Respond to Fukushima

(this is a guest post by Layne Hartsell and Emanuel Pastreich, who are research fellow and, respectively, director of The Asia Institute. The post, originally published at Foreign Policy In Focus, in September 2013, is now reposted here on invitation of the author, to whom I am grateful, because I consider it a useful complement to my previous work on Open Data).