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The Albion Café in London alerts its patrons to "every fresh-baked tray of cakes and pastries ... so you'll know when to show up" via Twitter. Cameron Neylon at Science in the Open says that although the "lab is slightly more complex than a bakery," researchers could build upon this concept to record and share scientific data. "A little more sophistication could go a long way," Neylon says.

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