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Infos about the TNC Open Science Initiative

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Transparency, reproducibility, and open access to literature are a few things that become increasingly relevant in all fields of science. At the Tübingen Neuro Campus (TNC) group, we strive to establish an initiative that creates a more open science for everyone, benefiting students, researchers, and academics alike. We host events to discuss innovation in science, we publish guidelines on a variety of Open Science topics, and collect useful resources (see Resources) for anyone that wants to dive deeper into Open Science.



We welcome any student and researcher that wants to support the Open Science Initiative or just wants to know what Open Science is about. To stay up-to-date on our activities (see Events), we recommend joining our email list or our slack workspace.

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