Humans are complex beings, but our inner workings operate using basic biological processes shaped and repurposed over hundreds of millions of years of evolution.
The Concept to Clinic: Commercializing Innovation Education Program is designed to help current BRAIN-funded investigators from a research institution or early-stage start-up better understand how to take their innovative technology and apply it to an unmet market need.
A team of BRAIN researchers describe a newly developed technology used to record brain activity in freely moving humans, called Neuro-stack.
The NIH is seeking information from the biomedical research community regarding the current state of postdoctoral research training and career progression. The deadline to submit responses is April 14, 2023.
The free, online-only Labroots event will be broadcast live on March 8, 2023, starting at 5:30 a.m. PST and features concurrent tracks on artificial neural networks, neurodegenerative disease research, and psychiatric disease markers.
Have you read the latest BRAIN Initiative Alliance newsletter? BRAIN scientists are invited to share their tools with the scientific community in the Toolmakers Newsletter.
Last month, members of the NIH BRAIN Initiative Neuroethics Working Group (NEWG) and Multi-Council Working Group (MCWG) discussed health-related technologies that affect the brain, BRAIN updates, neural mechanisms of spatial attention, and more.
Registration is now open for the 9th Annual BRAIN Initiative Meeting which will take place June 12-13, 2023 in Bethesda, MD and online.
BRAIN Notice of Special Interest (NOSI), which aims to support the dissemination of promising technologies and resources generated from BRAIN awards, fostering collaborations, and integrating these research innovations into research practice, will be…
The BRAIN Initiative will host its 9th Annual BRAIN Initiative Meeting as a hybrid event on June 12-13, 2023 in Bethesda, MD and online.