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  • A new version of NeuroMorpho is out now! Check out the message from the NeuroMorpho.Org team. Dear colleagues, We’re pleased to announce the July 19, 2017 release of Version 7.2 of NeuroMorpho.Org, adding 7721 reconstructions from 83 new datasets. The repository now provides access to 70,025 cells and passed 7 million downloads in 163 countries. […]

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  • Open Access? Open Peer Review? Even an Open Data Policy? The future is now NIF followers! Now! BMJ is opening the doors to their game-changing new Journal. Read below for the press release from our colleagues at BMJ. BMJ Press Release: Wednesday 04 October 2017 BMJ launches new open access science journal BMJ Open Science […]

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  • Happy Tuesday to the NIF Community! The BioPolicy Summit will be happening in San Francisco, CA on October 16, 2017. One of our colleagues, Dr. Bandrowski, will be presenting at the conference. Join us as we explore the possibilities of improving the reproducibility of research through digital tools, technologies and laboratory automation. If you are in […]

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  • The ReproNim Training Workshop is now open for registration. Register and information at:https://tinyurl.com/repronim-sfn17Purpose: The issue of lack of reproducibility has been described in several scientific domains for several years, raising concerns specifically in the life science community. ReproNim has developed a curriculum (http://www.reproducibleimaging.org/#trai…) that will give the stu...

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  • Exciting News! Straight from the brain into the press! The NIF team is proud and excited to announce the Neuro-Tools Webinar Series! The Series will focus on online tools, resources, gateways, curated inventories, and labs that are creating a dynamic and accessible place for research, conversation, and publication in the neuroscience community and, more broadly, […]

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  • The reproducibility bug is spreading! Have you and your research been infected yet? The latest journals to join are JNeurosci and eNeuro. These journals are used by the Society for Neuroscience for sharing strong science. Check it out! http://www.eneuro.org/content/4/4/ENEURO.0051-17.2017 Sincerely, The NIF/SciCrunch Team  

Neuroscience Information Framework
Neuroscience Information Framework
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  • A new version of NeuroMorpho is out now! Check out the message from the NeuroMorpho.Org team. Dear colleagues, We’re pleased to announce the July 19, 2017 release of Version 7.2 of NeuroMorpho.Org, adding 7721 reconstructions from 83 new datasets. The repository now provides access to 70,025 cells and passed 7 million downloads in 163 countries. […]

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  • So there is a new story out that is fascinating to me as a ‘recovering’ biologist. It appears that sequencing has become so cheap and deadly accurate that we have a new storage mechanism for our data. DNA. Yes you read that correctly. Those living organisms and viruses can’t have all the fun. A company […]

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  • ANNOUNCING THE LAUNCH OF THE NEW FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute July 30 – August 4, 2017 University of California, San Diego La Jolla, CA   USA FORCE11 (Future of Research Communications and E-Scholarship)—a global community of researchers, students, librarians, publishers, funders and scholars interested in the future of scholarship—is pleased to announce the launch of […]

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  • Science is the act of trying and trying again, whether or not we confirm what we think should be happening. Begely and Ellis in their 2012 paper from Amgen stated that only about 11% of cancer studies were replicable sending shockwaves through the scientific community for years. However, the authors did not give the scientific […]

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  • Hello NIF/SciCrunch Community! Please read below for a funding opportunity from the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind. “Dear KIBM Community, The Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind is now inviting applications for Innovative Research Grants (IRGs) to support novel and interdisciplinary brain-mind research in 2017-18. Please review the attached file and the following website for […]

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  • Dear readers, On behalf of all of us at the Neuroscience Information Framework and the SciCrunch Community, we would like to wish you the most splendid of holiday seasons. We hope your vacation season is relaxed and safe. As we enter through the new year be sure to stay updated with our partner sites on […]

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