Open Science

The Neuro joins global ethical data sharing alliance

27 Apr 2021

Genomic data sharing can lead to the kinds of medical breakthroughs patients have been waiting decades for, but it must be done ethically.

Neuro Workshop: How to write your neuroimaging data management plan in 15 minutes

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The Neuro is pleased to announce the first workshop in a new series, Open Science Best Practices./neuroCategory: Medicine Research MNI

Open Science In Conversation: Make it Open, Make it FAIR, Make a Difference

14Apr202112:00
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How do you ensure your data is shared in a way that most contributes to the generation of new discoveries?/neuroCategory: Medicine Research MNI

Open Science In Conversation: Bringing Equity into the Open

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How do Open Science and EDI (equity, diversity, and inclusion) intersect in research? What does EDI look like in an Open Science environment? How do you advocate for yourself and be an effective...

Year in Review 2020

23 Dec 2020

The major highlights from The Neuro during this unprecedented year

Rewarding excellence in Open Science

20 Nov 2020

After examining dozens of impressive submissions from across the globe, a committee of judges has finalized the winning entries for The Neuro Open Science in Action Prizes.

The Neuro’s Open Science multi-modal biobank is now live!

13 Nov 2020

Its director, Dr. Jason Karamchandani, is calling on researchers to access the data and provide feedback to improve the data portal over time.

Neuro-Gairdner Open Science in Action Symposium

11Nov2020
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Open Science - transforming our approach to science and medicine by sharing research data and materials, and removing barriers to collaboration. /neuroCategory: Faculty of Medicine MNI

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