NeuroRighter is an open-source system for multi-electrode closed-loop recording and stimulation originally produced by the Potter Lab at Georgia Tech. The software is free, and the hardware schematics and layouts are free for download. Read the rest of this entry…

The Visual Cortical Implant (Wikipedia)

While the first visual prosthetic is approaching the market, a few new retinal/cortical implants are in the wings. Argus II became the first commercially available visual prosthesis seeking to receive approval to reach the market  in the United States by late 2012.

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Current and aspiring computational neuroscientists are invited to participate in a global experiment in scholarship and collaboration. Scholarpedia, with funding from Brain Corporation, would like to develop as a public resource the world’s most open, comprehensive, current, and scholarly computational neuroscience encyclopedia.

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Applications of clustering algorithms in biomedical research are ubiquitous. However, due to the diversity of cluster analysis, the diversity of critical elements underlying different clustering algorithms can be daunting.

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