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+ - A neuro-hacker tells us why opening up scientific research is critical->

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Jason Hibbets
Jason Hibbets writes "Medical and scientific research, including the test results and data from failed research and dead-ends should be more open and available. Especially the data from dead-ends. Learn more about an open source project called: Smarter Safer Better, a study and research about neuro-hacking on trust."
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