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Visit The SfN Neuroscience Database Gateway Popular site    Last Update 2005/12/14 12:23
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The Neuroscience Database Gateway is a new resource for SfN members, aimed at promoting awareness and facilitating access to relevant neuroscience databases.

The SfN Neuroscience Database Gateway provides links to five main types of database. These can be seen by making the appropriate selection in the sidebar or below:

- Databases of experimental data
- Knowledge bases
- Software tools for neuroscience
- Bioinformatics resources
- Providers of research materials

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Visit The Human Brain Project (HBP) Popular site    atom Last Update 2005/12/14 12:27
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The Human Brain Project (HBP) was launched in 1993 to develop and support a new science: neuroinformatics. Since then, HBP-funded investigators have made many seminal contributions to biomedical informatics. And, the HBP and its investigators have played a significant role in shaping the current landscape of informatics initiatives at the NIH.

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Visit The Neuroinformatics Portal Pilot Popular site    rss Last Update 2005/12/14 14:03
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This site presents the Neuroinformatics Portal Pilot. This project is part of a larger effort to promote the exchange of neuroscience data, data-analysis tools, and modeling software. For this pilot project, we do not aim at providing substantial resources. We rather develop the basic infrastructure needed for an optimal utilization of the many available resources at a later point in time.

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