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  • Arbor v0.6 boasts a range of new features, improvements, and bug fixes.

  • Science and Technology

    Brain tumor data now available on EBRAINS

    24 February 2022

    A large brain tumor bank from the Medical University of Vienna has been digitized and added to the EBRAINS research infrastructure.

  • Science and Technology

    Brain simulation as a cloud service

    21 February 2022

    The mass adoption of cloud computing makes it a technological certainty across industries. Scientific research is no exception. EBRAINS now offers cloud services for brain simulation to its users.

  • To help celebrate International Epilepsy Day, we talked with neurologists and computational scientists Petra Ritter and Leon Stefanovski from Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin about their work on The Virtual Brain (TVB) and how it can be used to locate the areas in a patient’s brain where epilepsy seizures emerge.

  • The EU-funded European Brain Research Area project has released its long-awaited European Research Inventory and Mapping Report, providing insight into the brain research activities funded at the European level within the EU framework programmes FP7 and Horizon 2020, as well as the funding initiatives of the EU Joint Programme – Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND), ERA-NET NEURON and the Human Brain Project.

  • On 7 February 2022, George Freeman MP, UK Minister for Science, Research and Innovation, visited the EBRAINS Swiss Branch in Geneva.

  • Press Release

    Towards a European Brain Initiative

    3 February 2022

    On 28 January, the OECD’s New Approaches to Economic Challenges (NAEC) group, in a joint initiative with EBRAINS, the Coordinator of the Human Brain Project (HBP) and Research Infrastructure for the study of the brain, hosted an online discussion to articulate the vision and key elements of the future European brain research and brain health agenda. The meeting brought together representatives from the French EU Presidency, European Commission, World Health Organisation, scientific societies, patient organizations, health professionals, as well as leading brain researchers.

  • EBRAINS is pleased to announce that Aix-Marseille Université (AMU) – the largest French-speaking university in the world – has joined the EBRAINS AISBL as an associate member.

  • EBRAINS is proud to support the PHRASE project which has been selected for the first-ever European Innovation Council (EIC) Transition call for proposals. The project aims to deliver prognosis and intervention protocols for AI-based stroke rehabilitation.

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