IEEE Brain will feature one recording from the 2018 Brain Initiative Workshop on Advanced Neuro Technologies each month.
This month, José L. Pons, PhD of the Cajal Institute (CSIC) presents on the role of robotics and neuroprosthetics in neurorehabilitation via novel human-machine interface (HMI) technologies.
- Register Now: IEEE Brain Bioelectronics Virtual Conference
- On-Demand Webinar Recordings available: Past presentations from SMEs
- Free Livestream: 16 November Neuroethics panel, “Brave New BrainTech” at ISTAS 2019
- Call for Participation: IEEE Brain Data Bank Challenges in Montreal, Canada and L.A, California
- New IEEE Brain Podcast: Q&A with Dr. Al Emondi, Program Manager in the Biological Technologies Office, Darpa
- Call for Papers: IEEE Systems Journal, Special Issue on “Translational Issues in Clinical Brain-Machine Interface Systems for Assistance, Diagnostic and Restorative Applications”
- Stay Tuned: More to come from Neurotechnologies for BMI Industry Connections
- Of Interest: Upcoming EMB Standards Activities
- 16 November 2019 • Livestream
Brave New Brain-Tech: IEEE Neuroethics Program Development of Guidelines for Use of Neurotechnologies in Practice at ISTAS 2019
- 26 November 2019 • Virtual Conference
IEEE Brain Initiative Bioelectronics Virtual Conference
- 9-12 December 2019 • Los Angeles, CA, USA
IEEE Brain Data Bank Challenge at IEEE Big Data 2019
- 13-15 December 2019 • Phoenix, AZ, USA
Neurotech Entrepreneurs Workshop
Four Types of Brain Cells Identified Based on Electrical Spiking Activity
30 August 2019, by Emily Waltz
We often dumb down our most complex organ—the brain—by referring to most of its constituents as simply “neurons.” There are, in fact, many different types of neurons, but for most of them, we don’t know enough about how they work to even give them a name.
Highest-Resolution Human Brain ‘Parts List’ To Date Lays Road Map to Better Treatments for Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders
21 August 2019
A new study from the Allen Institute for Brain Science has written the most detailed “parts list” of the human brain to date. This categorization of our brain cell types lays the groundwork to improve our understanding of our own brains and to dramatically change how we treat human brain diseases and disorders.
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