Research in the neurosciences is becoming ever more demanding of a variety of sophisticated technical skills and computational competence, especially when one factors in the objective of making this science reproducible, open, and FAIR.
In collaboration with the INCF, the Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform (CONP) is assembling a curated set of international content that aims to provide guidance through the increasingly complex landscape of skills and tools required for open neuroscience research. Such initiatives are key to facilitating the acquisition of the skills and knowledge comprising open-science workflows (from ‘open-by-design’ experimental conception, through reproducible analysis, to safe data sharing). This is a living collection, with many materials to be added and updated still.
The CONP is funded by a Brain Canada Platform Support Grant Competition Award, as well as funds and in-kind support from sponsor organizations. Please visit the CONP and Brain Canada websites linked below for more information.