The INCF Infrastructure Committee is trying to identify barriers to data sharing and reuse among neuroscience researchers worldwide, with a brief anonymous survey. The results… Read More »Global survey on data-sharing barriers in neuroscience
NFDI-Neuro is proud to announce that the eBRAIN-Health project: “Actionable Multilevel Health Data”, coordinated by our Consortium spokesperson, Prof. Petra Ritter, has been funded with… Read More »eBRAIN-Health project awarded funding by European Union!
NFDI Neuroscience Co-Spokesperson Thomas Wachtler contributed to the INCF recommendation on Scientific Data
The INCF Infrastructure Committee’s “Recommendations for repositories and science gateways from a neuroscience perspective” has been published today, May 16, as a Comment in Scientific… Read More »NFDI Neuroscience Co-Spokesperson Thomas Wachtler contributed to the INCF recommendation on Scientific Data
The recording of the webinar Towards Sustainable Software for Research and Society including a talk by Dr. David S. Katz and a panel discussion including Dr. Petra… Read More »Towards Sustainable Software for Research and Society Webinar
The results of the NFDI Neuroscience community survey have been thoroughly analyzed and are now available as preprint publication: Overcoming the Reproducibility Crisis – Results… Read More »Overcoming the Reproducibility Crisis – Results of the Community survey available as preprint
What is EBRAINS, what is NFDI-Neuro and what do both offer? How will the two projects work together and enable your research? In this webinar… Read More »EBRAINS Germany meets NFDI Neuroscience
A message from ICNF: “On January 25 2022, the INCF Standards and Best Practices (SBP) committee endorsed the MBF file format as a standard, with… Read More »New INCF endorsement standard: MBF file format
The NFDI community survey is closed now. The results were incorporated in the recent proposal for financial support of the NFDI Neuroscience – they helped to pinpoint the tasks of the initiative and streamline our mission. A more extensive analysis will be published soon.