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Welcome to the Neuroscience Subject Guide
This guide will help you find a range of relevant resources for your study and research in Neuroscience.
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New Resources: BigBrain & Brainfacts.org
“BigBrain” is a free, publicly available tool that provides considerable neuroanatomical insight into the human brain, thereby allowing the extraction of microscopic data for modeling and simulation. BigBrain enables testing of hypotheses on optimal path lengths between interconnected cortical regions or on spatial organization of genetic patterning, redefining the traditional neuroanatomy maps such as those of Brodmann and von Economo.
Brainfacts is a website the features all sorts of information about the brain including brain basics, sensing, thinking and behaving, and diseases and disorders.The site is a public information initiative of The Kavli Foundation, the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, and the Society for Neuroscience, all leading global nonprofit organizations working to advance brain research.
New Otago University Neuroscience Research (OUR archive)