Talks

“Reconciling Intellectual property and Open Science in the response to emerging diseases”

Dear colleagues, dear students, we would like to invite you to a talk on June 23 at 3 pm by Dr. Carsten Richter (Lübeck University/ IEBD | Institut für Entrepreneurship und Business Development) on “Reconciling Intellectual property and Open Science in the response to emerging diseases“ While Open Science is about providing unlimited access to scientific knowledge, the idea …

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“Berlin Exchange Medicine – der Beitrag von Student Journals zu Open Science”

Dear colleagues, dear students, we would like to invite you to a talk on Mai 19 at 3 pm by Clara Weber (Lübeck University/McGill University) on “Berlin Exchange Medicine – A contribution of student journals to Open Science” Clara Weber is an Open Science Officer and Editor in the Data and Statistics Section at BEM. She is studying medicine and …

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“Replacing academic journals”

Dear colleagues, dear students, we would like to invite you to a talk on March 8 at 9 am by Prof. Björn Brembs (University of Regensburg) on “Replacing academic journals” Björn Brembs is a neurobiologist and Professor of Neurogenetics in the Institute of Zoology at Regensburg University. In his laboratory, he studies how brains initiate behavior without instructions from the environment and how subsequent …

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“Supporting Open Science practices through networks and institutions: Introducing the LMU Open Science Center and the German Reproducibility Network”

Dear colleagues, dear students, we would like to invite you to a talk on February 17 at 11 am by Prof. Felix Schönbrodt (LMU Munich) on “Supporting Open Science practices through networks and institutions: Introducing the LMU Open Science Center and the German Reproducibility Network” Felix Schönbrodt is the managing director of the LMU Open Science Center. He obtained his PhD in psychology …

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“Open Science and science in transition in Utrecht”

Dear colleagues, dear students, we would like to invite you to a talk on January 27 at 3 pm by Prof. Sander van der Laan (Utrecht University) on ” Open Science and science in transition in Utrecht” Sander van der Laan is a (medical) biologist and assistant professor at the University Medical Center Utrecht. His research interest is focused on the genetic causes of …

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“Omics Data, Databases and Open Science in Medicine and the Life Sciences”

Dear colleagues, dear students, we would like to invite you to a talk on December 2 at 3 pm by Prof. Hauke Busch (Lübeck Institute of Experimental Dermatology) on “Omics Data, Databases and Open Science in Medicine and the Life Sciences”.High-Throughput “Omics” data from sequencing, proteomics and imaging have revolutionised life science research and medicine in recent years. Due to the cost, time and labor …

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“The multiplicity of analysis strategies jeopardizes replicability: Lessons learned across disciplines”

We would like to invite you to the next event in our Open Science lecture series. On July 13 at 11 am, Dr. Sabine Hoffmann from LMU Munich will give a talk entitled “The multiplicity of analysis strategies jeopardizes replicability: Lessons learned across disciplines”.  Scientific work over the past decade has shown that many effects considered …

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“Applying open research practices to clinical research”

As part of our virtual Open Science lecture series, Dr. Daniel Quintana will give a lecture titled “Applying open research practices to clinical research” on June 25 at 3:00 pm. In it, he will talk about the challenges of transparent science in clinical research, e.g. in publishing sensitive data.Short Bio Daniel Quintana: „Daniel S. Quintana is …

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Kick-off event for the Open Science Initiative Lübeck with Prof Ulrich Dirnagl (Charité, Berlin)

In January, the Open Science Initiative Lübeck was founded. The Open Science movement aims to ensure the reproducibility and thus sustainability of science and to enable as many people as possible to access data and research results from all fields.  Today, we would like to cordially invite you to our virtual kick-off event with Prof. Ulrich Dirnagl (Charité, Berlin …

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