Much of the conversations around open science at the MNI have revolved around making data sets and resources available to external collaborators. But there are many other facets to this topic. While open source has a 30+ years of history and some widely accepted practices, open science is a relatively young field that is undergoing a lot of changes and developments.
What does open science mean to you?
What opportunities and risks does it present?
How would you like to see the BIC work with open science?