Open Science

The Tanenbaum Open Science Institute: Leading a Paradigm Shift at The Neuro

30 Aug 2017

The Neuro is adopting Open Science to accelerate the generation of knowledge and novel effective treatments for brain disorders by freeing science.

Special Seminar: Dr. Rachel J. Harding

20Jun201716:00
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Topic: A year in the open; perspectives from an open lab notebook practitioner studying Huntington's disease...

Symposium: Freeing Science — From Software to Medicine

12May201713:00
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Featuring talks by Dr. Aled Edwards, Director and CEO, Structural Genomics Consortium,  Dr. Guy Rouleau, Director, Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, and a special guest speaker, Dr...

Open Science at an institutional level: An interview with Guy Rouleau

20 Jan 2017

The Neuro's Director Guy Rouleau discusses the recent announcement that The Neuro will be completely committed to Open Science.

A Generous Donation

McGill University announces a transformative $20 million donation to The Neuro The Tanenbaum Open Science Institute to open new horizons and accelerate discovery in neuroscience

Open Science Principles

Through the practice of its Open Science principles, The Neuro envisions cohesion, long-term sustainability and synergy between its transdisciplinary teams of researchers and clinicians, as well as...

A game changer for Open Science

16 Dec 2016

The new Tanenbaum Open Science Institute will be a catalyst for The Neuro's daring Open Science initiatives.

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