New research shows the brain remains interconnected during non-REM sleep, which was thought not to happen.
Human Brain Project scientist Viktor Jirsa is the head of a team creating personalised brain models for patients with intractable epilepsy. He explains the process and how the HBP’s brain models and cross-displinary collaborations are central to a new way of targeting epilepsy surgery.
An introduction to slow waves in the brain, with HBP scientist Maurizio Mattia.
Here you can find a list of the Society for Neuroscience 2017 Posters and Symposia that present work done by or in association with the Human Brain Project.
The HBP has booth 3625 at the world's biggest gathering of neuroscientists.
On November 6, 2017, the European Commission in cooperation with the Estonian Presidency of the EU hosted "FET Flagships - Partnering for Excellence".
The Human Brain Project may lead to research and new technologies that can be used in other ways than first intended, such as for military purposes – also known as dual use. In the coming months, HBP will consult citizens from 11 different EU countries, to collect their opinions about the risks of dual use of HBP research.