An anonymous reader writes: There are many questions concerning the accuracy of content contained in Wikipedia,as well as it's future funding. There are more and more wikis popping up that want to real in the experts and keep out the novices and vandals. Here's a demo of a new wiki, WikiProfessional ,that may be able to solve number of these issues at once.
Nothing to shake a stick at, though the above link is just a demo, the quotes on the demo indicate serious interest from some higher ups in the biology world...mainly the protein world. It's also clear that this wiki model is based on key biological databases(Nature subscribers only), not simply articles.
The big question is will this model be embraced and can it be expanded to other domains of lifescience and beyond?