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- Translation of Neurotechnology: Get advice from one of the experts
- View 9 July Webinar On-Demand: The Challenge & Opportunities of Mapping Cortical Layer Activity & Connectivity with fMRI
- Submission Deadline 1 August: BCI Award 2021
- Version 2, Technology Roadmap: Available for Comments
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- Neuroethics Framework: Call for Engagement
- On-Demand Webinar Recordings available: Past presentations from SMEs
Recent & Upcoming Events
- 15-17 June • Virtual Event
The 7th Annual BRAIN Initiative Investigators Meeting
- 05-23 July • Virtual Event
Neuromatch Academy – Computational Neuroscience
- 07-10 July • Virtual Event
Waterloo International Workshop on Neural Engineering and Rehabilitation
- 09 July • IEEE Brain Webinar
The Challenge and Opportunities of Mapping Cortical Layer Activity and Connectivity with fMRI
- 02-20 August • Virtual Event
Neuromatch Academy – Deep Learning
- 24-26 September • Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland NeuroDesign Entrepreneurs Workshop
- 09-10 October • Virtual Event
BR41N.IO • Hackathon at BCI Samara 2021
- 17-18 October • Virtual Event
BR41N.IO • Hackathon at IEEE SMC 2021
- 17-20 October • Virtual Event
IEEE SMC 11th Workshop on BMI Systems
Exclusive Q&A: Neuralink’s Quest to Beat the Speed of Type
06 July 2021, Eliza Strickland
In this exclusive Q&A with IEEE Spectrum, Joseph O’Doherty, a neuroengineer at Neuralink and head of its brain signals team, discusses the company’s near and far term goals.
Tailored optical stimulation for the blind
17 June 2021, Hillary Sanctuary
EPFL scientists in a European collaboration propose a personalized protocol for optimizing stimulation of optic nerve fibers, for the blind, which takes into account feedback from the viewer’s brain. The protocol has been tested on artificial neural networks known to simulate the physiology of the entire visual system, from the eye to the visual cortex. The stimulation protocol will be tested in clinical trials with partners in Rome.
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