Los Alamos using Kodak software for brain research

Neuroimaging researchers at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, NM, are using software developed by Eastman Kodak’s Research Systems business unit for brain research. Scientists in the lab’s Human Brain Project are using the Interactive Data Language (IDL) application to develop a software tool to view and analyze data obtained through MRI.

The Human Brain Project is dedicated to noninvasive neuroimaging research to understand general brain function and to aid clinical applications, including neurosurgery planning, epilepsy, and stroke recovery.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 27, 2002

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