The recent release of the initial version of Neuroscience Experiments System (NES), an open-source tool to manage clinical data gathered in hospitals and research institutions, has attracted wide media interest. The Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center for Neuromathematics (FAPESP’s CEPID NeuroMat) software development team has created and continue working on this technology. The release of NES was the object of the previous edition of NeuroMat’s newsletter, here.
The release of NES was released with exclusivity to Karina Toledo, from Agência FAPESP, and published on December, 12, here, and since then has been forwarded in media outlets such as Revista Exame online and Empresa Brasil de Comunicação.
On NeuroMat’s Facebook page, reports on NES have attracted over 500 views —the NeuroMat Facebook community, an initiative to strengthen bonds among team members and the general public, has on average one post per day on pertaining information related to Neuromathematics and has brought up regular reports on NES and other NeuroMat tools.
“The software is part of a broader project to build a public neurophysiological database, that NeuroMat champions and that is a pioneer initiative in Neuroscience, “ said Prof. Kelly Braghetto, a NeuroMat team leader and the main interviewee at Agência FAPESP’s piece. “We should hope these initiatives will foster cooperation among researchers.” To learn more on the building of NeuroMat’s experimental database, click here.
This piece is part of NeuroMat's Newsletter #11. Read more hereShare on Twitter Share on Facebook
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