Brain Imaging Data Structure [BIDS] is a community effort to define standards in data / metadata. Please contribute to this proposal which extends the original specification to further integrate different kinds of data, such as imaging methods we use for brain visualisation and simulation.
You can find the draft document here, and all are welcome to add suggestions to this draft: [BIDS extensi
Videos of the 30th Alzheimer Europe Conference are now online. Watch the below talks to find out more about AI approaches for dementia research & the ethical, legal and social implications.
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Hey there! 👋 Great news! 📯
We are happy to announce that the WEBGL brain atlas viewer is now in Spanish.
Almost 8% of the world population speaks Spanish, so we are very excited to share this update. We hope to continue making the atlas more accessible in the future by adding more languages, and different kinds of atlases.
Please enjoy it [here](https://www.brainsimulation.org/atlasweb
We are proud to share with you that The Virtual Brain Cloud has been selected for a keynote speech at the launch event of the Brain Innovation Days series.
Watch the entire digital launch event - including Petra Ritter's keynote speech, The Virtual Brain Cloud: Making personal health data actionable here.
The Virtual Brain Cloud – a consortium of 17 EU partners led by Prof. Petra Ritter at the CHARITÈ – serves as a research Infrastructure Facility supporting EBRAINS – the digital research infrastructure of the EU Flagship Human Brain Project.
See an overview of all EBRAINS facilities on page 21 of the Discover EBRAINS booklet
Join us for the digital opening of the Humboldt Forum in Berlin on the 16th of December.
We are excited and proud to announce that the Brain Simulation Section has contributed interactive applications powered by The Virtual Brain to the Humboldt Labor's inaugural exhibition, After Nature. Immerse yourself in and interact with 3D visualizations of the working brain. We eag
We will present our recent work The Virtual Brain Cloud - Towards personalized multi-scale brain simulation using neuroimaging cohorts for Alzheimer's disease research at the 15th International Conference on Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s Disease AD/PD 2021.