No need to wait for Open Access Week to attend great events about openness!  Our open access friends at NYU have organized a fantastic-sounding event about open science:

On Monday, September 19 at 6:30pm at NYU’s Bobst Library, Michael Nielsen is giving a talk about open science.  Nielsen is a major figure in the field of quantum computation, and in the past few years he has become one of the most prominent supporters of open science — in fact, he has a book about open science, Reinventing Discovery, coming out in November.  More details about the talk can be found here.  RSVP is required, so be sure to RSVP if you want to attend!

If you’re interested but can’t make it, you can watch a similar talk Nielsen gave at the TEDxWaterloo event last March: