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On-line resources

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On-line resources for BCNI researchers

Presently, there are two on-line BCNI facilities, the BCNI Calendar that allows you to view availability and book rooms for testing or meetings, the other is a "wiki-like" resource on various topics providing comprehensive practical instructions aiming to help researchers. 

Both facilities can be accessed using the University of Cambridge's central web authentication service Raven, once the initial access is given by the BCNI web administrators. To obtain access to these facilities please email bcni@psychol.cam.ac.uk.

BCNI CalendarThe BCNI Calendar shows any bookings made for the BCNI seminar room, testing rooms and other BCNI resources. In order to make your own booking you must know the Calendar's login details. To obtain the Calendar login details please email . For the detailed instructions on how to use the Calendar please contact Lorraine.



Information in the BCNI Wiki is provided by the researchers and academic-support staff for their colleagues in order to share their knowledge and experiences in preparing and conducting research projects for BCNI. Please feel free to add or change a page or the content of any existing page. Access to the BCNI Wiki is via Raven authentication.

BCNI Data Processing and Storage System

Server Application FormA user account is required to access the BCNI system of servers, computers, and data storage. The application form and rules for use of the system are available here.

The system comprises several powerful computational computers that contain a number of software packages including those needed for fMRI image processing. Almost 13TB of storage is available for large image data sets, which is backed-up on a daily basis.