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ORCID and AntibodyRegistry are now aligned, read all about it!

Ever wondered why ORCID only has papers and abstracts? Ever made a bunch of antibodies and really wanted to share them with your colleagues? The Antibody Registry and ORCID are now integrated enabling data about antibodies you have made to be shared with ORCID (if you so desire). To get started, please login on the Antibody Registry and click the ORCID button under your account to get credit for the antibodies you have created! http://antibodyregistry.org/myaccount

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RRID use fixes one easy cell line problem

We are sure that you have seen the press stating that many of the cell lines used by scientists are actually bad. They can be misidentified (someone at some point put the wrong label on a vial), contaminated (someone sneezed), or over grown by other cells (in the immortal words of Oprah in the immortal life of Henrietta Lacks, 'HeLa's coming after you').

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Going to SFN? Student travel grants are now available, courtesy of NSF

Student travel awards for conference of your choice are available from the Science Gateway Community Institute. 

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BICCN second public data release

On behalf of the Brain Cell Data Center (BCDC) team here at the Allen Institute, we’re very excited to announce the second public data release of the BRAIN Initiative Cell Census Network!

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SPARC funding opportunity in the peripheral nervous system

You may be interested in RFA-RM19-001, released yesterday: Stimulating Peripheral Activity to Relieve Conditions (SPARC): Anatomical and Functional Mapping of Pain-Related Visceral Organ Neural Circuitry https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/rfa-rm-19-001.html. 

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The NeuroMorpho.Org team Announces release Version 7.6

November 27 release of Version 7.6 of NeuroMorpho.Org, passed the landmark milestone of 100,000 publicly shared digital reconstructions. 

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Addgene joins the RRID Initiative

Nature Research, which has updated the instructions to authors centrally to include RRIDs last month, requested that the RRID initiative include Addgene and both the RRID initiative as well as Addgene were more than happy to comply. Please see from Addgene discussing RRID persistent identifiers!

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Schema.org Webinar: standardized language

DataONE Webinar SeriesSchema.org: Improving access to data through a standardized languageAdam Shepherd, Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office Doug Fils, Consortium for Ocean LeadershipBryce Mecum, National Center for Ecological Analysis and SynthesisTuesday November 13th 0900 PT / 1000 MT / 1100 CT / 1200 ET

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NEURON course at SfN - Register today

The SfN meeting is just around the corner and the Yale NEURON team is holding one of the many great workshops around this event. 

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Version 7.5 of NeuroMorpho.Org has just been released

We’re pleased to announce the August 2, 2018 release of Version 7.5 of NeuroMorpho.Org, adding 9939 reconstructions from 31 new datasets. 

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