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Conocimiento libre El conocimiento libre es una corriente epistemológica que estudia el origen histórico y el valor del conocimiento considerándolo como un bien público que beneficia a la colectividad en general y permite el desarrollo igualitario. Fundamentos[editar] El conocimiento ha estado presente en desde los principios de la humanidad conforme la evolución del mismo hemos avanzado como especie. El conocimiento están estrechamente conectados ya que el humano aprende, enseña y hace uso de mismo en la medida de la libertad que tenga para hacerlo. Conocimiento libre
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Scientific Journal to Authors: Publish in Wikipedia or Perish - ReadWriteWeb Scientific Journal to Authors: Publish in Wikipedia or Perish - ReadWriteWeb Every day, hundreds of articles appear in academic journals and very little of this information is available to the public. Now, RNA Biology has decided to ask every author who submits an article to a newly created section of the journal about families of RNA molecules to also submit a Wikipedia page that summarizes the work. As Nature reports, this is the first time an academic journal has forced its authors to disseminate information this way. The initiative is a collaboration between the journal and the RNA family database (Rfam) consortium led by the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute.
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