What is the EPFL Blue Brain Project?
The EPFL Blue Brain Project is a Swiss National Research Infrastructure project, hosted by the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and supported and funded by the Swiss government (ETH Board).
First digital 3D atlas of every cell in the 737 regions in the mouse brain
Open source repositories and nine major libraries
Blue Brain Portal
The Blue Brain Portal is a knowledge space for neuroscientists. EPFL’s Blue Brain Project recognizes that knowledge sharing is an important driving force to consolidate and promote simulation neuroscience, which in turn, is fundamental to understanding the brain as a complex multi-scale system. Therefore, the Blue Brain Portal brings together in one place open-sourced software, tools, models and data, both from us and our collaborators. The aim is for this knowledge to be utilized by both the neuroscientific and the wider scientific community to develop the field of simulation neuroscience.
Join Blue Brain’s journey to digitally reconstruct and simulate the brain.
Blue Brain Press Releases and News
With the EPFL Blue Brain Project’s determination to make our computing resources and expertise available for the fight against COVID-19, we brought our experience in software development to team up with the Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND).
A deluge in digital data, the trend for cross-disciplinary and multi-modal scientific investigations along with the tremendous computing power now available, has led to team based, data-driven and data-intensive methods commonly used in science.
The increase in the availability of comprehensive experimental datasets and of high-performance computing resources are driving rapid growth in the scale, complexity, and biological realism of computational models in neuroscience.