Oct. 11, 2019

Seven CEoIs for HBP's Final Phase Opened

Seven Calls for Expression of Interest (CEoIs) are now open for new projects to directly contribute to the development of the research Infrastructure (EBRAINS) and increase the scope of its application in terms of innovation, neuroscience and clinical research. [Updated with addition of Fith Call - 4 October 2019; Updated with addition of Sixth and Seventh Calls - 11 October 2019 ]

Sept. 26, 2019

A Coming Generation Of Robots Will Have More Human Hands

The Shadow Robot Company designs and develops highly dexterous robotic hands that are as realistic as possible to human hands and makes them available to researchers within the framework of the Human Brain Project. The goal is to integrate them into the robots of the future.

Sept. 16, 2019

The HBP: driving synergy between neuroscience and technology

In a new PLOS Biology community page, leading scientists from the Human Brain Project give an overview of the project’s science and infrastructure approach, as well as opportunities for the scientific community to make use of novel computational ressources for neuroscience.

Aug. 3, 2019

Hidden Dynamics Detected in Neuronal Networks

Neuronal networks in the brain can process information particularly well when they are close to a critical point – or so brain researchers had assumed based on theoretical considerations. However, experimental investigations of brain activity revealed much fewer indicators of such critical states than expected. 

July 23, 2019

"Mind The Brain" Museum Exhibition For HBP Launched In Jerusalem

On July 11th the much anticipated Human Brain Project Museum Exhibition was formally opened at the Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem in a ribbon cutting ceremony. The ribbon was cut by Human Brain Project Executive Director Dr Christian Fauteux, accompanied by exhibition curator Varda Gur Ben Shitrit and Chrystelle Lucas, a member of the European Commission Delegation to Israel.