The HBP has launched a High Potential Mentoring Programme for Early Career Stage Scientists and Managers of Science, developed by the Gender Advisory Committee.
HBP experts provide recommendations to help researchers and policy makers address emerging ethical issue
February 28th, 2019. Within the partnering environment of the Human Brain Project, a Future and Emerging Technologies Flagship, researchers of the Politechnic University of Milan have developed a simplified neuronal model with potential to tackle the spinocerebellar ataxias disease – a success story of the integration of the partnering environment´s scientific community in neuroscience and neurocomputing with the Human Brain Project.
As part of the Workshop on Brain Inspired Computing - BrainComp 2019 we call on young researchers to participate in the BrainComp Young Researchers Competition.
The latest edition of Cell Press's NEURON features an extended feature on neuroethics bringing together publications from the seven component brain initiatives which together form the International Brain Initiative. Included are papers reflecting on the work of the Human Brain Project (EU), Australian, Canadian, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and United States national brain research initiatives.
After careful evaluation and revision, the HBP Curriculum on Interdisciplinary Brain Science, organised by the Human Brain Project’s dedicated Education Programme, has entered its third Teaching Cycle. A new online course on Cognitive Systems has been added to the video collection and six face-to-face workshops will take place in 2019.