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News   Mar 16, 2018 | Original Story by James Urton for the University of Washington

 
Researchers Democratize Neuroscience by Making it Easier to Share Brain Imaging Data

Depiction of the left hemisphere of the human brain. Colored regions are selected white matter regions that could be measured using diffusion-weighted MRI: Corticospinal tract (orange), arcuate fasciculus (blue) and cingulum (green). Credit: Jason Yeatman/Ariel Rokem

 
 
 

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