In this video, Jennifer Gelinas, MD, Ph.D., Columbia University, gives an overview of the NeuroGrid device and its potential applications.
- Application OPEN: IEEE Brain Virtual Summer School 2020
- Listen to Podcacst: Seeking DelphiTM, Technology & the Brain with Laura Cabrera
- Free for month of July: IEEE Brain Webinar with Dr. Amy Orsborn
- Read the Latest Newsletter: BrainInsight 2020-Issue 1
- View Virtual Panel: IEEE Tech Talk: Future Neural Therapeutics
- Next-Gen Closed-loop Technologies White Paper: Available for Download and Comment
- Neuroethics Framework: Call for Engagement
- Neurotechnologies for BMI Standards Roadmap: Available for Download and Comment
- Workshop news: A Look Back at our First Neurotech Entrepreneurs Workshop
- On-Demand Webinar Recordings available: Past presentations from SMEs
- 2-3 July • Virtual Event
BR41N.IO Hackathon during Summer School 2020
- 11-14 October • Toronto, Canada
IEEE SMC BMI Workshop and Brain Hackathon
- 22-23 October • Virtual & Washington D.C., USA
IEEE Brain Workshop on Advanced Neurotechnologies
- 22-23 October • Washington D.C., USA
International Neuroethics Society Annual Meeting
- 24-28 October 2020 • Washington, D.C., USA
- Postponed to 29 Nov – 2 Dec • New York, New York, USA
IEEE BioRob 2020
- 14-15 December • New York, New York, USA
Neuroscience Track at Machine Learning in Science & Engineering
- Postponed to 2021• Brussels, Belgium
8th International BCI Meeting
- Postponed to 2022 • Ventura, California, USA
GRC on Neuroelectronic Interfaces
Motivating Women To Pursue STEM: Featuring Dr. Karen Moxon
14 May 2020
Dr. Karen Moxon is a powerhouse researcher in the field of neuroengineering and professor of bioengineering, that focuses on understanding how information in the brain is represented and how it is affected by spinal injury, stroke, or other brain damage.
Technology innovation for neurology: Brain signal measurement using printed tattoo electrodes
13 May 2020 , by Christoph Pelzl
TU Graz researcher Francesco Greco has developed ultra-light tattoo electrodes that are hardly noticeable on the skin and make long-term measurements of brain activity cheaper and easier.
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