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Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences

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NeuroCamp: a summer school for budding neuroscientists

Are you a Gymnasium student in the Munich area with an interest in neuroscience? Or do you know someone who fits that description? NeuroCamp is a neuroscience summer school for Gymnasium students from schools in the Munich area who are... Continue Reading →

Open research and data sharing: examples of success

In my last post, I wrote about some of the basics of open research: how it can address reproducibility issues in science, and some of the challenges researchers face. This post highlights some initiatives that promote or make full use... Continue Reading →

Openness in science

This is the first post in a series on open research in science, with a focus on neuroscience. The aim of this series is to explore what open research is, why it is important, what tools are available, and how... Continue Reading →

Summer schools not to miss in 2018

You're back from the Christmas holidays, slowly getting back to work. While you're at it, you may want to note some of these summer schools down in your calendar (particularly if you have a knack for finding out about interesting... Continue Reading →

My experience at the Neurobiology Course at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), Woods Hole

When I first read about this summer school, I realised two things: that it would be incredibly intense and demanding, and that it would fundamentally shape the way I see science. I remember hesitating whether to apply, but I had... Continue Reading →

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