Welcome to Readmy

Readmy is currently under development, but we are going to be building it over the next year. To do this, we are opening up to our community and recruiting volunteers who will take on the reigns of developing the vision for the platform. By doing so, our contributors will be project partners. We also are relying on our community to help us bring relevant features, which they can submit using the Community Forum found in our parent website.

Dr Emmanuel Gonzalez-Escobar, Chairman and co-Founder of Seanasol Research and Founder of Readmy will be speaking at a public webinar on Tuesday March 30, 2021, at 12-1 PM hosted by the Lancaster Environment Centre. He invites members of the scientific community (students and academics) to bring their ideas and comments to share. Please use the registration link below (will open in new tab).

Webinar: Improving how we store, process, and retrieve scientific information
When: March 30, 2021
Time: 12 PM
Venue: Microsoft Teams (via registration)

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/improving-how-we-store-process-and-retrieve-scientific-information-tickets-146836356495

Use the passcode: March2021 to access the link.

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Please note that your will need to use some personal information when filling out this registration form provided by Eventbrite services, and we recommend you get acquainted with Eventbrite privacy policy. Event organisers will see your name and email. These details will not be used to personally contact you and only used to send you automated emails via the Eventbrite platform.

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Seanasol Research operates using an Earth-first business model for sustainability, which means that innovations tailored for Space settlements must first need to be built for applications on Earth. This ensures that we assess challenges in a way that solutions benefit people on Earth, and progressively build the infrastructure to communities in Space. As gatekeepers of the collaborative space for water, health and food security, our "gateway to collaboration" ideology refers to our continued commitment to build and foster relationships with business leaders, policy-makers and scientists, and drive innovation through the cycle of research to discovery and application. Seanasol Research is in the unique position as one of the few Space advocacy companies that operates under a multidisciplinary leadership.

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