Three days left to vote on Open Science Breakthrough 2009

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Two weeks ago, I invited suggestions as to what may have been the breakthrough of the year in open science. On the basis of the candidates that came up (plus a few that I had on my own list), a poll was then set up for everyone to vote their preferences amongst the following candidates (presented in random order):

The poll did not contain links, so these were added above. As a general trend, all of the candidates seem to be about scientific infrastructure (mainly for articles and data), few of them directly related to novel scientific findings.

The poll will remain open until 7pm UTC on Dec 16.