The project launching today.

BigNeuron is an effort to create that happen. The partners of BigNeuron are: Allen Institute for Brain Research, Seattle, Wash., USA Janelia Analysis Campus, HHMI, Ashburn, Va., USA Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tenn., USA National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, Calif., USA MIND Project, Europe Wellcome Trust, London, UK University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK NeuroMorpho.org/George Mason University, Fairfax, Va., USA International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Service , Stockholm, Sweden FlyCircuit.org/National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China Broad Institute, Cambridge, Mass., USA Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, Netherlands..

We intend to translate the Toolkit into additional languages, including Spanish, Russian and Portuguese, making it accessible to an greater quantity of professionals involved in acute cardiovascular care even. Another edition is along the way with additional chapters addressing various other relevant queries that occur in acute cardiovascular care configurations.’ Dr Vranckx said: ‘We will update the Toolkit every year as the rules incorporate new scientific proof. This process shall be doable with the app. In this way we will ensure that the Toolkit often supplies the most appropriate information to help clinicians in their daily practice.’ Professor Bueno concluded: ‘Our definitive goal is to help standardise quality of look after acute cardiac patients in Europe in the prehospital stage and across medical center departments.We intend to translate the Toolkit into additional languages, including Spanish, Russian and Portuguese, making it accessible to an greater quantity of professionals involved in acute cardiovascular care even. Another edition is along the way with additional chapters addressing various other relevant queries that occur in acute cardiovascular care configurations.’ Dr Vranckx said: ‘We will update the Toolkit every year as the rules incorporate new scientific proof. This process shall be doable with the app. In this way we will ensure that the Toolkit often supplies the most appropriate information to help clinicians in their daily practice.’ Professor Bueno concluded: ‘Our definitive goal is to help standardise quality of look after acute cardiac patients in Europe in the prehospital stage and across medical center departments.