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BHL also serves as the literature component of the Encyclopedia of Life .

  
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BHL Presentations


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Life and Literature 2011 Conference Presentations


Plenary Presentations:


George Dyson


Richard Pyle: Presentation


Session One: Research, Informatics, and the Published Record Panel:


Sandra Knapp




Stan Blum


Elycia Wallis




Donat Agosti




Session Two: Publishers, Aggregators, and Authors Panel:


Susan Skomel


Lyubo Penev




Jan Reichelt




Catriona MacCallum




Abel Packer




Session Three: Learning and Education Panel:


Ken Walker




Douglas Wilkin




Devin Reese




Natalia Zamora

Session Four: Building Collaborative Networks for Science and the Humanities through Scientific Literature Panel:


Janet Browne




Alain Touwaide: Presentation


Peggy Macnamara: Presentation


Chris Wildrick: Presentation


Breakout Session Priorities:




Code Challenge:




Global BHL Partners:




Closing Remarks:


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