“Julich-Brain” is the first 3D-atlas of the human brain that reflects the variability of the brain’s structure on the micro-level. It features close to 250 areas, more than 24000 brain sections were digitized, assembled in 3D and mapped. Big Data workflows and algorithms to detect areas helped assemble a never before seen view of the brain’s organization. EBRAINS, a powerful new infrastructure for neuroscience, will now make it easy for scientists worldwide to link their findings to the atlas.

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