NIH Blueprint: The Human Connectome Project

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Project News | March 4, 2014

HCP Releases Initial MEG Dataset

The Human Connectome Project (HCP) WU-Minn consortium is pleased to announce our initial release of magnetoencephalography (MEG) data. What’s in the HCP MEG Initial (MEG1) data release? The MEG1 data include 10 complete, high quality datasets from 14 healthy adults collected at rest (rMEG) and during 3 tasks (tMEG) that measure sensory, motor, and cognitive […]

Posted by Jenn Elam @ 10:05 am

Project News,Recommended Reading | January 6, 2014

NY Times articles provide an “inside-the-scanner” look at HCP

Although many start their careers as scientists, it’s rare that a science reporter actually gets to participate in a scientific project. Last summer, New York Times reporter Jim Gorman got that chance, and wrote about it in two articles published today in the New York Times. The Human Connectome Project hosted Gorman and his videographer at […]

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Posted by Jenn Elam @ 9:20 am

Project News,Recommended Reading | November 4, 2013

UMinn HCP Investigators in the Spotlight

HCP and key consortium investigators at University of Minnesota are featured in the Fall 2013 edition of the University of Minnesota Medical School’s magazine, Medical Bulletin. The article “Mapping the human brain” vividly describes the complexity of charting connections in the human brain, comparing the problem to drawing a road map to every living human […]

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