International teams, with NSF support, investigate key questions in neuroscience
Aug 20, 2020
For years, NSF's Next Generation Networks for Neuroscience program, also known as NeuroNex, has worked to help develop new tools and theories to solve the mysteries of the brain. Now, NSF and a group of international partners are working to put those resources in the hands of researchers around the world and create international partnerships to accelerate the next generation of neuroscience.
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Big imaging data are often difficult to store and analyze. In fact, such data that can run into terabytes per day, simply can’t be stored or accessed on a laptop or workstation. As a result, labs across the world are forced to build their own software stack, which comes with its own challenges.