Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2024


Open Neuroscience: practical suggestions for conducting open neuroscience research

When I approach the intersection between neuroscience and Open Research, I am often met with a guiding principle summarised by the statement "as open as possible, as closed as necessary". Yet, a pithy phrase rarely delivers practical suggestions to champion Open Research in the day-to-day tasks of a computational neuroscientist. This talk goes beyond one-liners, and shares open science tools to facilitate neuroimaging research at every stage of the research process and its dissemination. The talk will conclude by noting areas in need of development, and early initiatives working to address them. Neuroscience research is relevant to everyone - we all have brains, and a better understanding of how they work enables a healthier future for us all. Thus, while the content of this talk focuses on neuroscience, the principles of open research that structure the content are of interest across disciplines and industries.


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