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  1. Denise Cai
Affiliated institutions: Carnegie Mellon University

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Description: The video of the four presentations and roundtable panel in Session 1, as well as the corresponding slides

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Video and Annotation for Session 1: Open Science in Research @youtube 02:11 Opening Remarks: Rebecca Doerge, Dean of the Mellon College of Science at Carnegie Mellon University 10:40 Josh Siegle, Scientist II at the Allen Institute, Talk Title: Open Ephys: Open-Source Tools for Electrophysiology 27:23 Vaughn Cooper, Professor of Microbiology & Molecular Genetics at University of Pittsburgh...

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  • Open Ephys: Open-Source Tools for Electrophysiology

    Slides and video from presentation at the Open Science Symposium at Carnegie Mellon University on October 18th, 2018

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    Slides and video from presentation at the Open Science Symposium at Carnegie Mellon University on October 18th, 2018

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    Slides and video from presentation at the Open Science Symposium at Carnegie Mellon University on October 18th, 2018

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    Slides and video from presentation at the Open Science Symposium at Carnegie Mellon University on October 18th, 2018

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