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[HCP WU-Minn Consortium • Jul 21 • no comments]

Nature article: Cortical brain maps at the highest resolution to date

Major new work based on Human Connectome Project data and methods published in July 20 issue of Nature promises to be a boon to neuroanalysis research for years to come. The study, A multi-modal parcellation of human cerebral cortex, led by Matthew Glasser...

[LORIS • Jul 15 • no comments]

LORIS 16.0.1 released on GitHub

Download from GitHub: https://github.com/aces/Loris/releases For more information, visit us at http://www.loris.ca/ Further reading on our Wiki: https://github.com/aces/Loris/wiki

[NITRC Community • Jul 12 • no comments]

Brainhack Vienna

Registration is now open for Brainhack Vienna – Reliability and Reproducibility in Connectomics (http://events.brainhack.org/vienna). This 3-day workshop that will be held Sept 18 – 20 in Vienna, Austria just before the 2016 Conference on Resting...

[NITRC Community • Jul 8 • no comments]

NITRC v2.1.29 Released

We are pleased to announce the release of NITRC v2.1.29, featuring several bug fixes and enhancing metadata in the Image Repository. Release notes can be found in our wiki at http://www.nitrc.org/plugins/mwiki/index...

[NITRC Community • Jul 5 • no comments]

Digital Mammography DREAM Challenge launched

Registration is now open for the Digital Mammography DREAM Challenge. The Digital Mammography DREAM Challenge will attempt to improve the predictive accuracy of digital mammography for the early detection of breast cancer. The primary benefit of this...

[Mango • Jul 1 • no comments]

Mango version 4.0 Released

Mango version 4.0 has been released! - Download: http://rii.uthscsa.edu/mango/mango.html - New in this version: http://rii.uthscsa.edu/mango/versionhist...

[NITRC Community • Jun 26 • no comments]

Join us in NITRC Booth 21 at OHBM 2016

Please join the NITRC team at the "Neuroinformatics Hub" in Booth 21 at OHBM 2016. We're happy to understand how things are going with your research and how we can help you. Do you have any data you are willing to share with the community?...

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