Open Science

Open Science antibody characterization project receives $4-million grant

Published: 14Mar2022

YCharOS is an independent quality assessment initiative to improve research results ...

Open Science in Conversation: The Network Effect: Canadian Institutes Join Forces for Open Science

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Speakers: M3801 rue University, Montreal, QC, H3A 2B4, CA/neuroCategory: Medicine Research Medicine and Health Sciences MNI

Growing the Open Science movement across Canada

14 Apr 2022

Spreading Open Science further will take educating ambassadors about the benefits of an open approach to research and innovation.

Douglas Research Centre joins The Neuro in Open Science

Published: 29Mar2022

Five-point strategy will maximize the impact of research and maintain leadership in mental health research and care...

Neuro Genomics Partnership aims to drive neurological disease research

Published: 3Feb2022

Academia and industry collaborate to find new targets for neurological disease treatment...

Open science – reflecting upon real-world impact

Published: 25Jan2022

To support 2021’s International Open Access Week, Pfizer commissioned Inspiring STEM Consulting to record a series of podcast interviews with experts working within clinical and medical disciplines...

Q & A with the Early Drug Discovery Unit’s new director

17 Jan 2022

We spoke to Tom Durcan about his new position, the role of stem cells in disease research and some exciting new developments at the EDDU.

Three Burning Questions with Lori Ferrins

16 Nov 2021

Open Science is the necessary next step to ensure that no disease is left behind in the search for treatments

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