• "The Emotional Brain" Takes the Museum of Communication Frankfurt: A Fusion of Art and Neuroscience

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    Exciting news for art and neuroscience enthusiasts! Following its successful run in Berlin until the end of August, our unique exhibit, "The Emotional Brain", is relocating to the Museum of Communication Frankfurt. From October 6, 2023, to August 27, 2024, residents and visitors in Frankfurt will have the opportunity to engage with this extraordinary fusion of art and neuroscience.


  • Google Summer of Code 2023

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    Spend your summer 2023 writing code for our open source software TVB project!

    The 2023 Google Summer of Code (GSoC) launches its program to continue helping the open-source community to grow.

    This year again, the Brain Simulation Section is mentoring via the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility (INCF) organization that pairs GSoC c

  • "ARGUMENTS. An Approach" exhibition by Berlin Museum of Communication and US!

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    The Brain Simulation Section is contributing at the "ARGUMENTS. An approach" exhibition organized by the Museum for Communication Berlin.

    The event takes place from October 7, 2022 to August 23, 2023.

    For this occasion, we are exhibiting a digital brain that visualizes active brain networks during different states that are related to the

  • TVB on EBRAINS highlighted in the last CORDIS news!

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    • CORDIS TVB article May22

    CORDIS recently featured EBRAINS Virtual Brain Cloud Facility Hub Services in its online article: "Making brain research easier with open-source software".

    TVB on EBRAINS services were developed under the lead of the Brain Simulation Section at the Charité, and can be accessed here.


  • BIDS Extension Proposal: Computational Model Specifications - Contributions Welcome!

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    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

  • Interactive Brain Atlas Update: Español

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    • Brain Atlas App - Screenshot Spanish version

    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

  • The Computational Neuroscience *2020 Workshop 4 talks are now online

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    *Watch a replay of CNS2020 Workshop 4 online, here, on the crowdcast.io website.**

    For those of you who were not able to make the workshop in real time, please enjoy the replay of the workshop, which focuses on tools and resources for developing and sharing models in computational neuroscience.