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Neuroinformatics: Past Contributions, Current Challenges, and Future Possibilities, Text Slide 5 of 34

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Slide title: What is Driving Progress?

Slide words:

  • Data management
  • Visualization
  • Modeling
  • Imaging

  • Imaging and other observational tools
  • Networking

  • Shared cyberinfrastructure
  • Virtual collaborations
  • C-I-N is the Birth of Neuroinformatics

    Slide image: An illustration showing a comparison of the structure of a muscle protein with the structure of the ribosome. The functioning ribosome is simulated on the new Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) computer.

    Credit: Theoretical and Computational Biophysics Group, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Mercury Cluster background image courtesy of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) and the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois.

    Slide background image: A model of cells within the lateral geniculate nucleus (LCN).

    Slide background credit: Greg Hood, John Burkardt and Greg Foss of the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

    Design by: Adrian Apodaca, National Science Foundation

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