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Welcome Ben!

We have the pleasure to say that Ben Paffhausen is joining the Open Neuroscience family! In his first contribution, a little bit on how he uses YouTube as a learning …

Autoreward2

The motivation to start this project arises when we started to include a new behavioral paradigm in the lab, an alternation T-mace with return arms (like the one in Wood …

new pages Jan/2017

The following projects/pages were curated and added to open neuroscience on Dec/16-Jan/17: Attys: https://wp.me/P82mzJ-lu Allen Brain Map: https://wp.me/P82mzJ-l8 Vision Egg: https://wp.me/P82mzJ-lc Frontiers collection on Python for Neurosciences: https://wp.me/P82mzJ-kA PySpace: https://wp.me/P82mzJ-kW …

Backlog

On an attempt to make things even more open at Openeuroscience.com and take a little bit of the publishing delay away, we’ve decided to create the backlog page. In this …

Sharing reagents! The Reagent project

The Reagent Project aims to upcycle reagents that are wasting away in lab fridges around the world. The idea is that researchers share their unused/ no longer necessary reagents with …

Companies selling open source hardware/software

Two companies have incorporated the open source philosophy into their business models and are now providing products for neuroscience released under know open source licenses: Sanworks: After the success and …

Flypi -100$ microscope/behavioural setup!

We’ve been working in collaboration with the folks of TrendinAfrica (trendinafrica.org) to develop a cheap, yet reliable, open source microscopy system to be used by scientists and DIY biologists. It …