I don’t often post about work-related topics, but I thought this new publication from Nature Publishing Group might be of interest: a complete atlas of the mouse brain. From Matt Day’s Nascent post (link below):
"The Brain Atlas is an important new tool for many reasons. It makes freely public the results of the Allen Institute’s $100M research project looking into the activity of genes in each region of the mouse, and it allows users to navigate around the massively complex anatomy of the mouse brain in order to visualize all this gene activity."
Matt’s post provides links to various media (old and new) articles about the new database.