De-fragmenting science social media
What if social media was an integral part of the scientific process?
We think social media can be a powerful tool for enhancing scientific communication and information flow, but work is needed to realize its potential more fully; knowledge is currently fragmented across a multitude of app platforms and formats.
We’re working on realizing that potential through Sensemaking Networks, an upgrade of science social media combining AI and semantic nanopublishing to improve how we collaboratively make sense of science (and beyond! 🚀).
This project is generously supported by the Astera Institute Science EIR Program (Entrepreneur-In-Residence).
We’re also grateful for the support from the Gitcoin community in the GR15 DeSci round!