Cellule Science Ouverte (Open Science Cell)
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From Google's English:
"The laboratory is firmly committed to the opening movement of science. This evolution of practices is a major and current issue for the disciplines represented in the laboratory. This movement is important for ethical reasons of the availability of our results (especially open publishing models) for the entire scientific community, but also for society as a whole. It is also crucial for science itself. Indeed, we are convinced that essential ingredients of the scientific reproducibility (and thus of its credibility) is the publication on the one hand of datasets on which our discoveries are based and on the other hand of the code of all the treatments ( pre and post) and analyzes leading to the results. Otherwise, a particularity in the laboratory is to develop this openness also in the development of tools (electronics in particular). As part of this process, two members of our laboratory are members of various committees of the National Committee for Open Science."