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27 January 2010 / erikduval

JSUR | Journal of Serendipitous and Unexpected Results

Successful research often leads through reasonable yet unsuccessful approaches and unexpected discoveries. Indeed the history of science is rife with examples of important discoveries arising from such results. In particular, two of today’s most fruitful areas of research, computational sciences and life sciences, have no major venues in which such intermediate results can be discussed. It is our belief that a forum for and dialogue on serendipitous and unexpected results in these areas will provide valuable insight and inform modern research practices.

How true 😉

Very similar in goal to the What Went Wrong Workshop I co-organized more than 2 years ago…

(Thanks to scottbw for pointing this out!)


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