- License restrictions: A fool’s errand. Nature 495, 440–441 (28 March 2013) doi:10.1038/495440a, Published online 27 March 2013
- Why Open Drug Discovery Needs Four Simple Rules for Licensing Data and Models with Antony Williams and Sean Ekins, September 2012, PLOS Computational Biology.
- “Openness as Infrastructure" Journal of Cheminformatics (2011, 3:36)
- “Science, Open Communication and Sustainable Development" Sustainability 2010, 2(4), 993-1015 (Special Issue Advanced Forum for Sustainable Development). [ed: Written with my dad, which was an honor as he’s a real scientist]
- “We Need A Web For Data" in Learned Publishing, Volume 23, Number 4, October 2010 , pp. 333-335(3). Download a free preprint under CC BY at Nature Precedings.
- “'Omics Data Sharing" (Science, 9 October 2009).
- “Public domain, copyright licenses and the freedom to integrate science" JCOM 7 (2), June 2008.
- “Another Reason For Opening Access To Research" British Medical Journal (BMJ 333, 21 December 2006).
- “I Have Seen The Paradigm Shift, And It Is Us" is my chapter from The Fourth Paradigm: Data-Intensive Scientific Discovery, a Microsoft Press book available under a Creative commons license (i.e., you can download the whole book for free, or you can buy a copy at Amazon if you want). Read the New York Times and Science Magazine reviews of the book.
- Carolina Rossini and I co-wrote a chapter called “An Interoperability Principle for Knowledge Creation and Governance: The Role of Emerging Institutions” in Knowledge Governance: Reasserting the Public Interest (available from Anthem Press)
- My chapter “Open Innovation From Theory To Practice” is available at Amazon in Chance and Intent: Managing the Risks of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
- My chapter in Collaborative Computational Technologies for Biomedical Research is called “Intellectual Property Aspects of Collaboration”. It’s available online from Wiley but is not open access.
- Hal Abelson and I wrote a chapter called “Open Access Versus Open Viewing For The Sciences” for World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities from MIT Press in 2010.
- My article “Cyberinfrastructure for Knowledge Sharing" from CT Watch Quarterly was the basis for a chapter in Legal Framework for e-Research: Realising the Potential from Sydney University Press.