Human Nature ,Brain and Cognitive Sciences &Singularity
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Picture Gallery of the Human Connectome Project | #brain #science

Picture Gallery of the Human Connectome Project | #brain #science | Human Nature  ,Brain and Cognitive Sciences &Singularity |

Navigate the brain in a way that was never before possible; fly through major brain pathways, compare essential circuits, zoom into a region to explore the cells that comprise it, and the functions that depend on it.


The Human Connectome Project aims to provide an unparalleled compilation of neural data, an interface to graphically navigate this data and the opportunity to achieve never before realized conclusions about the living human brain.




Director of NIH Praises the Human Connectome ProjectMuse’s latest album uses a Human Connectome Project rendering of white matter tracks.Human Connectome Project pieces together neural data through brain scansBrain Mapping Center Seminar Series: “Discovering the Human Connectome”Mapping out a new era in brain research – CNN LabsProbing the Brain’s Mysteries – The Wall Street JournalFirst public release of 3T Connectom scanner data!Connectom Scanner Uses Ultra-High Gradient StrengthBrain Mapping Seminar SeriesFirst Images on the Connectom 3T Scanner Obtained

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Anne Fleischman's curator insight, January 9, 2014 9:16 AM

Pour le plaisir les yeux #bigdata

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3rd Annual Seymour Benzer Lecture - Aliens, computers and the bio-economy - An introduction to synthetic biology

Our capacity to partner with biology to make useful things is limited by the tools that we can use to specify, design, prototype, test, and analyze natural or engineered biological systems. However, biology has typically been engaged as a "technology of last resort" in attempts to solve problems that other more mature technologies cannot. This lecture will examine some recent progress on virus genome redesign and hidden DNA messages from outer space, building living data storage, logic, and communication systems, and how simple but old and nearly forgotten engineering ideas are helping make biology easier to engineer.

Via Szabolcs Kósa
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