Open Source Science: Learn to Fly

Yesterday, Lex and I participated in a “hack chat” over on hackaday.io. The log of the chat is now posted on the hackaday.io site. A few topics came up that we felt deserved more attention, especially the non-research uses of open source hardware developed for...

Open-Source Neuroscience Hardware Hack Chat

This week we would like to highlight an event hosted by Hackaday.io: The Open-Source Neuroscience Hardware Hack Chat. Lex Kravitz and Mark Laubach will be available on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at noon Pacific Time to chat with users of Hackaday.io about...

Curated Itinerary on Open-Source Tools at SfN-19

OpenBehavior is now an official part of the SfN team for curated itineraries at SfN-19! This year, we will provide an itinerary on Open-Source Tools. Linda Amarante (@L_Amarante) and Samantha White (@samantha6rose) are working on the itinerary now. If you would like...

The Future is Open

This week’s post is about the current state of OpenBehavior (OB) and ongoing efforts within the open source neuroscience community. Next week, we will resume posting about new tools. Samantha White, Linda Amarante, Lex Kravitz, and Mark Laubach published a commentary...

Upcoming Posters and Talks at SfN 2018

At the upcoming Society for Neuroscience meeting in San Diego, there will be a number of posters and talks that highlight novel devices and software that have implications for behavioral neuroscience. If you’re heading to the meeting, be sure to check them out!...

Article in Nature on monitoring behavior in rodents

An interesting summary of recent methods for monitoring behavior in rodents was published this week in Nature.The article mentions Lex Kravitz and his lab’s efforts on the Feeding Experimentation Device (FED) and also OpenBehavior. Check it out: ...