You can now use NBLAST to find similar neurons, or GAL4 drivers that label a neuron of interest. The implementation is described here, and the how, with video demos here. You can start NBLASTing right away on the online app! … More →
Try out our new site which is currently undergoing beta testing: bit.ly/vfbbeta We would love to know what you think? Simply leave a comment here, or use the report an issue or email us links on the site itself.
We’re looking for a web developer to help us build VFB 2.0. Please share with anyone you think may be interested. Details: Are you interested in the challenge of designing web tools to provide accurate answers to biologically important questions … More →
We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher, working part-time (0.5 FTE) to curate neuroanatomical expression data from the published literature. You will be based in the Virtual Fly Brain (VFB) group in the Department of Genetics, in central Cambridge, working … More →
We are proud to announce the addition of a triple stained adult Brain stack to VFB. Earlier this year, Kei Ito and colleagues on the BrainName consortium published their long awaited new nomenclature for the insect Brain. VFB has followed … More →
We’re collecting user stories to assess dev priorities. Please contact us via our blog, or our community group firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know. Feel free to include anything you’d like to use VFB for, not matter how technically difficult it … More →
We are pleased to announce a new release of VFB, including the ability to query the whole adult, larval and embryonic neuroanatomy, and to layer the Janelia FlyLight 3D images on the stack viewer. Users can now choose to query … More →