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Queen’s University to Aid Development of World’s Largest Brain Database

Queen’s has been selected to help develop the world’s largest brain research databases. The High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory (HPCVL) at the university will manage data for the Ontario Brain Institute’s (OBI). Brain-CODE (Centre for Ontario Data Exploration). “We provide the highest level of security for the protection of intellectual property and compliance,” says Ken… Keep Reading

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New Technology Enables Better Assessment of Brain Injuries

A Queen’s University neuroscientist presented a new medical tool – the KINARM Assessment Station – at the world’s largest neuroscience conference in San Diego this month. The station is expected to significantly improve the way healthcare workers assess patients suffering from brain injuries and disease. This new technology, the only objective tool for assessing brain… Keep Reading

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