BRAIN initiative notes

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This is a continually updated collection of news, ideas/findings, and other tidbits related to the BRAIN initiative, promising biotechnologies, and neuroscience/biology in general. This is a really exciting time in neuroscience and I hope to capture a bit of that here.

The notes are found at the link below. Enjoy!

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Updated on 21 November 2015.

-biafra

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