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Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform (CONP) / Plateforme canadienne de neuroscience ouverte (PCNO). Generously supported by and 33 global partners.
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Nikola Stikov Jun 11
Curious about Aperture, the new publishing platform? Come to our round table featuring at noon in room Choir Studio.
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HBHLMcGill Jun 10
Meet an exceptional group of scientists!
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HBHLMcGill Jun 9
A pioneer in the field of neuroimaging, Scientific Director, Alan C. Evans, has been honoured with the 2019 Glass Brain Award:
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Naser Muja Jun 5
The Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform is excited to attend in Rome. Come visit Booth #26 to learn more about the CONP. Thanks to for enduring and growing support of Open Science! I don't think any other org has such a trend.
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CONP / PCNO May 17
Mardi prochain, venez prendre un verre avec , coprésident du comité de communications de , qui donnera une présentation sur les limites du système de publication actuel et des responsabilités qui viennent avec les grandes données! Infos :
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CONP / PCNO May 16
Next Tuesday, come drink a pint with , Co-chair of the Communications Committee, who will be giving a talk on the limitations of the current scientific publishing system and the responsibilities that come with big data! More info:
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CONP / PCNO May 11
La révision par les pairs sert-elle à mettre une valeur sur les résultats de recherche? Ce processus régule-t-il les extrants universitaires? en discute avec , président du Comité de pilotage de
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CONP / PCNO May 5
Is peer review used to place value on research outputs? Does peer review function to gate-keep scholarly outputs? discusses with , chair of the Ethics and Governance Committee
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CONP / PCNO May 1
We want to thank everybody who joined us for the meeting in Toronto. The future of is bright, in no small part thanks to the contributions of Canadian neuroscientists.
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CONP / PCNO Apr 30
We want to partner up with organizations that have an interest in . Stay tuned for collaborations with
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CONP / PCNO Apr 30
The CONP podcast is reaching out to community thought leaders to contribute to the conversation We are looking for ideas and contributors, feel free to reach out to or
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CONP / PCNO Apr 30
For the last presentation of Rachel Harding () co-chair of the CONP communications committee introduces our outreach and knowledge mobilization strategy
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CONP / PCNO Apr 30
CONP scholar Sara Memar Kouchehbagh () introduces MouseBytes, an open access cognitive data integration and sharing platform at Check it out:
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CONP / PCNO Apr 30
CONP scholar Pradeep Raamana () is developing standards and best practices for neuroimaging quality control
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Nikola Stikov Apr 30
From scanner to publication from outlines our lab's vision for a transparent pipeline for quantitative MRI using
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CONP / PCNO Apr 30
Currently PhD students jump through hurdles to acquire, process and publish data. CONP scholar presents a streamlined pipeline from scanner to publication
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CONP / PCNO Apr 30
Naser Muja () executive director of the CONP recaps day 1 of
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CONP / PCNO Apr 30
Naser thinks of our work so far as coming into three themes: 1) sustaining progress and platform growth, 2) vision for the future and platform identity, 3) data processing and dissemination
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CONP / PCNO Apr 30
Day 2 of the CONP annual meeting is now underway! is recapping our achievements and all that was discussed yesterday.
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CONP / PCNO Apr 29
Now time for us all to digest this information and all the exciting talks and head to dinner! That's all for today folks, I will be back on twitter tomorrow for Day 2 of the First Annual CONP meeting!
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