- Computer scientists, cyberinfrastructure experts and biologists to create a cyberinfrastructure to store and manage the huge volumes of data--"Big Data”--generated by brain studies. (For some perspective, consider that if nanoscale images of one human brain were stored in a stack of 1 terabyte hard drives, the stack would reach to the moon, or beyond!)
- Engineers, materials experts and physicists to develop new materials needed to invent new probes for monitoring and manipulating the brain.
- Physicists, mathematicians and computer scientists to build models that can help reveal and predict the complex neural activities that drive thoughts and behavior.
- Social and behavioral scientists and physicists to improve the resolution of functional magnetic resonance imaging of the brain to help explain how social and physical environments alter the brain.
- Biologists, physicists, chemists and engineers to study the nervous systems of many species, from simple organisms to complex vertebrates.
|--||James L. Olds, National Science Foundation|
|--||Lily Whiteman, (703) 292-8070 firstname.lastname@example.org|