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- European Brain Research Area (EBRA) workshop videos now online
- EU Parliament Data Sharing Workshop - Videos now online!
- Brain Awareness Week 2021: Videos now online
- Workshop: Sharing Data – Connecting Research – Pooling Brains: How can we uplift collaboration in neuroscience
Videos of the EU Parliament workshop on data sharing organized by Virtual Brain Cloud partners Alzheimer Europe and Charité are now online.
Watch them here.
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Video of Prof. Ritter's lecture Das Gehirn erleben: Können wir ein virtuelles Gehirn am Computer simulieren? during Brain Awareness Week 2021 is now online.
Watch it here.
Workshop: Sharing Data – Connecting Research – Pooling Brains: How can we uplift collaboration in neuroscience
NFDI-Neuro Workshop: Sharing Data – Connecting Research – Pooling Brains: How can we uplift collaboration in neuroscience.
Organized by Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience and NFDI-Neuro.
March 30 17-18 CET.
- Open Science
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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- Brain Atlas
- Open Science
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