Open Neuroscience: Challenging scientific barriers with Open Source & Open Science tools
Date: May 12, 2020 (Tuesday).
Time: 4:00 PM BST (GMT+1)
André Maia Chagas
Research bioengineer, Department of Neurosciences
University of Sussex, UK
The Open Science movement advocates for more transparent, equitable and reliable science. It focusses on improving existing infrastructures and spans all aspects of the scientific process, from implementing systems that reward pre-registering studies and guarantee their publication, all the way to making research data citable and freely available. In this context, open-source tools (and the development ethos supporting them) are becoming more and more present in academic labs, as researchers are realizing that they can improve the quality of their work while cutting costs. In this talk, an overview of OS tools for neuroscience will be given, with a focus on software and hardware, and how their use can bring scientific independence and make research evolve faster.
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