Location: @ser_soc twitter feed, #serendipityreads
Time: 5PM BST/GMT on Fridays (~monthly; see below for scheduled papers)
We launch each discussion with an introduction to the paper and general introductions of authors and chair. Then we post discussion points based on the paper every fifteen minutes until 6PM BST/GMT – but the joy of twitter is that the discussion can go on! So follow along with the @ser_soc twitter feed or via #serendipityreads
Upcoming #serendipityreads events
January 29, 2021
Pharmacovigilance as Scientific Discovery: An Argument for Trans-Disciplinarity
With authors Elena Rocca and Samantha Copeland, and guest host Rani Lill Anjum from the CauseHealth project
PREVIOUS #SERENDIPITYREADS EVENTS
December 4, 2020
Cognitive events in a problem-solving task: a qualitative method for investigating interactivity in the 17 Animals problem.
With authors Sune Vork Steffensen & Gaëlle Vallée-Tourangeau, moderator Wendy Ross
November 6, 2020
Crowdsourcing and open innovation in drug discovery: recent contributions and future directions.
With author David Thompson
September 25, 2020
Abduction in the Everyday Practice of Science: The Logic of Unintended Experiments.
With author Frederick Grinnell.
July 31, 2020
Catch that Word: Interactivity, Serendipity and Verbal Fluency in a Word Production Task
With author Wendy Ross
June 26, 2020
Planned Luck: How Incubators can facilitate serendipity for nascent entrepreneurs through fostering network embeddedness.
With author Christian Busch.
May 22, 2020
Information encountering re-encountered: A conceptual re-examination of serendipity in the context of information acquisition.
With authors Sanda Erdelez & Stephann Makri, chaired by Samantha Copeland.
April 24, 2020
“Fleming leapt on the unusual like a weasel on a vole”: Challenging the paradigms of discovery in science.
With author Samantha Copeland, chaired by Wendy Ross.
Is there a paper about serendipity that you would like to discuss in the journal club? Contact us at the Society email (see our contact page, here) to let us know.
Need a copy of the paper but don’t have access? Email the Society at our email address and we can send you one, with the author’s permission. Our contact page is here!