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[NITRC Community • Feb 24 • no comments]

Mindboggle software release and publication!

Announcing the official release of Mindboggle (http://mindboggle.info and https://osf.io/ydyxu), open source software and data for analyzing the shapes of brain structures from human MRI data. The release coincides with a publication in PLoS Computational...

[SPM-Workshop Hannover • Feb 16 • no comments]

JOIN US: SPM Starter Workshop in Hannover/Germany

Come and join the gang! SPM Starter Workshop May 24-26, 2017 Hannover/Germany ​ Teaching language: English ​​ In our 8th SPM Starter workshop we offer a rich and pleasant environment to familiarize yourself with SPM and some useful extension...

[SPM-Workshop Hannover • Feb 16 • no comments]

JOIN US: Brainstem fMRI Workshop in Hannover/Germany

Join us for this exciting one-day workshop! FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, we proudly present our brand new Brainstem fMRI Workshop May 28, 2017 Hannover/Germany​ Despite the significant problems that fMRI faces in this complicated - but vitally...

[NITRC Community • Feb 16 • no comments]

Data Citation Roadmap for Scholarly Data Repositories

The following may be of special interest to those who are managing data repositories: Data Citation Roadmap for Scholarly Data Repositories Thursday 23rd February 4PM CET This webinar will present the roadmap for scholarly data repositories...

[NITRC Community • Feb 13 • no comments]

NITRC featured in Nature big data story

NITRC is featured in a recent Nature article on big data in brain research. The story focuses on current efforts in data sharing and describes NITRC's central role in supporting brain research in the era of big data. The story can be found at http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v54...

[CANDI Neuroimaging Access Point • Feb 13 • no comments]

New CANDI-supported paper: Data Citation in Neuroimaging

Data sharing and reuse, while widely accepted as good ideas, have been slow to catch on in any concrete and consistent way. One major hurdle within the scientific community has been the lack of widely accepted standards for citing that data, making it...

[The Neuro Bureau • Feb 9 • no comments]

Brainhack Global, March 2-5 2017

Brainhack (http://events.brainhack.org) is a unique conference that convenes researchers from myriad disciplines to work together on innovative projects related to neuroscience. Brainhack Global (http://events.brainhack.org/global2017) will unite 40 regional...

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