Get Access to Elsevier's BrainNavigator Today!
Thank you for stopping by to learn more about BrainNavigator. From its inception, Elsevier, together with the Allen Institute for Brain Science and George Paxinos, Charles Watson, Keith Franklin and others on the editorial board, envisioned a tool that would provide free access to standard brain research materials with software and more advanced capabilities for annual subscription users.
Imagine the possibilities of interacting with 3D brain illustrations that allow you to virtually dissect rat and mouse brains. Your laboratory and classroom discussions will come to life with Elsevier's new 3D brain illustration tool that allows users to compare the models with diagrams from Elsevier's library of brain atlases.
All users will enjoy free access to Elsevier's BrainNavigator software and the following capabilities:
- Low-resolution views of 2D atlas images
- The ability to view different species (rat and mouse brain currently available)
- Viewing of thumbnails of atlas diagrams and images
- An interactive 3D model with over 130 brain structures that you may pan, zoom, rotate and more
Subscribers will have additional research and educational capabilities including, but not limited to:
- High and super high resolution images to 2 µm per pixel
- High resolution 3D model with over 700 structures modelled in detail
- Workspace to save annotations and notes for yourself or to share with colleagues
- Uploading abilities to examine your own data (image upload available soon!)
- Virtual sectioning of the 3D model at any angle and orientation
We encourage you to test the site’s content . Sign up for our free trial today to experience BrainNavigator's full capabilities for yourself.