Timo Hannay, Director of Web Publishing at Nature Publishing Group in London hosts a discussion about the potential of the Internet for scientific research and discovery as part of the Berkman Center's Tuesday Luncheon Series. The web was invented by a scientist for scientists. Yet, partly because of its intrinsic conservatism, science has in some ways been slow to make the most of what the web has to offer. Timo Hannay will look at some examples of scientists (and even science publishers) exploiting the web in interesting ways, and discuss what this might mean for the future of science itself. For more info, check out Hannay's blog.Video produced by Rebecca Tabasky and Colin Rhinesmith. VideoBerkman is a production of MediaBerkman, brought to you by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School.