Science ouverte

La salle des sciences ouvertes à l'OHBM 2021

[Cet article est en anglais] This year, QBIN was proud to sponsor the Open Science Room, which took place from June 16-18 at the virtual annual meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM). As part of our commitment to help make science more open and accessible to everyone, QBIN has sponsored several activities organized by the OHBM Open Science Special Interest Group (OSSIG) in the past few years, including the Open Science Room and various Brainhack events.

Science ouverte à l'époque de frontières fermées: comment la COVID-19 démontre qu'une science ouverte est à la fois possible et nécessaire

[Cet article est en anglais] There is a growing movement in the scientific community known as open science that aims to make scientific research fully transparent, reproducible, collaborative, and accessible to all people at all levels of society. In the light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of open science is clearer than ever, and its feasibility is undeniable.

Le bon côté de l'annulation des conférences

[Cet article est en anglais] COVID-19 has shaken our whole world upside down. Our minds are racing with stress and anxiety as we read the news, worry about our loved ones, and feel pressure to stay productive during this unusual time. Coping with this new situation is extremely taxing and resource-consuming, especially for early-career researchers, as we face increasingly unpredictable futures.

L'école BrainHack

Apprendre à travailler de manière ouverte et collaborative est de plus en plus important [pour ne pas dire nécessaire] en recherche. De plus, l’analyse de données complexes que sont celles de bio-imagerie requiert des connaissances en biologie, en modèles statistiques et en programmation. Ainsi, adopter de bonnes méthodes de recherche tôt dans la formation scientifique est gage de succès. L’école BrainHack Montréal a été fondée sur ces principes par des « neuro-enthousiastes ».

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