The NeuroScience Gateway portal provides free access to computational neuroscientists to run parallel simulations, free of charge, on supercomputers using tools like GENESIS, NEURON, NEST, Brian, and PyNN. Read the rest of this entry…

Latest research is revealing that glia are far more active and mysterious than we’d ever suspected. Read the rest of this entry…

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 first installment of data has been released for the Mouse Brain Architecture Project, at a “mesoscopic” scale corresponding to brain regions in classical neuroanatomy. The goal of the Mouse Brain Architecture (MBA) project is to generate brainwide maps of inter-regional neural connectivity. Read the rest of this entry…

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