BrainNavigator will be showcased at Elsevier's booth (#112) at Neuroscience 2009, and hourly demonstrations will be given. To highlight the product's comparison to a GPS system, Elsevier will raffle away a new GPS system to a conference attendee and interested parties can enter to win at the Elsevier booth. Free trials of the product, including new features, will be available beginning November 13, 2009. To sign up for a trial, visit http://www.brainnav.com/info.
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BrainNavigator is a collaboration between Elsevier and the Allen Institute for Brain Science, pairing Elsevier's vast neuroscience content with technology derived from Allen Institute's cutting-edge Brain Explorer(R) 3D software. Offering both free and subscription-based content, this dynamic new resource represents a promising step towards new discoveries in the advancement of brain research. All users will be able to browse images and structures. Paid subscribers will enjoy using high resolution images, adjustable virtual slicing and having the ability to annotate and save their work and share it with their colleagues globally, among other features. Details regarding BrainNavigator's functionality can be found at http://www.brainnav.com/info.
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