Watch now! Video Series on Translation of Neurotechnology from Research to Commercialization
Be inspired by the stories, lessons and advice given directly from today’s neurotech innovation community.
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- Register for IEEE Brain May webinar : From 1D to 5D: Data-driven Discovery of Whole-brain Dynamic Connectivity in fMRI Data, with Dr. Vince Calhoun
- Submission Open: BCI Award 2021
- Version 2, Technology Roadmap: Available for Comments
- New Brain Podcasts: Q&A with Cristin Welle, Univ of Colorado and Jose Carmena, UC Berkeley and Iota Biosciences
- Read the Latest Newsletter: BrainInsight 2020-Issue 2
- Neuroethics Framework: Call for Engagement
- On-Demand Webinar Recordings available: Past presentations from SMEs
Recent & Upcoming Events
- 17-18 April • Virtual Event
BR41N.IO • Hackathon at Spring School 2021
- 12-21 April • Virtual Event
BCI & Neurotechnology Spring School
- 4-6 May • Virtual Event
International IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering
- 20 May • IEEE Brain Webinar
From 1D to 5D: Data-driven Discovery of Whole-brain Dynamic Connectivity in fMRI Data
- 7-9 June • Virtual Event
8th International BCI Meeting
- 15 June • IEEE Brain Webinar
Dynamical Neuromorphic Systems
- 15-17 June • Virtual Event
The 7th Annual BRAIN Initiative Investigators Meeting
- 17-18 October • Virtual Event
BR41N.IO • Hackathon at IEEE SMC 2021
- 17-20 October • Virtual Event
IEEE SMC 11th Workshop on BMI Systems
Noninvasive Technology Steps Ahead to Help Epilepsy Patients
23 April 2021
Discovering and developing innovative, noninvasive solutions to advance medical technology and, ultimately, help people, is the driving force behind Bin He’s research.
Out of my mind: Advances in brain tech spur calls for ‘neuro-rights’
29 March 2021
BERLIN (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A turning point for Rafael Yuste, a neuroscientist at New York’s Columbia University, came when his lab discovered it could activate a few neurons in a mouse’s visual cortex and make it hallucinate.
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