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labelLandscape today2020.11.21.

North American Neurotech Landscape by The Brainstorms Scientific

At The Brainstorms Scientific, our aim is to bring the key stakeholders of neuroscience together: scientists, techmakers and investors to bring about innovation. We also grow our community globally through science outreach and business networking events such as the Brainstorms Festival. We put together the North American Neurotech Landscape for you ...

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labelLandscape today2020.11.19.

European Neurotech Landscape by The Brainstorms Scientific

At The Brainstorms Scientific, our aim is to bring the key stakeholders of neuroscience together: scientists, techmakers and investors to bring about innovation. We also grow our community globally through science outreach and business networking events such as the Brainstorms Festival. We put together the European Neurotech Landscape for you ...

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labelArticle today2020.11.02.

How to hack your mental health with exercise

Our modern-day society is split between two types of people: The regular gym visitors and the ordinary mortals, who cancel their gym membership two months into the new year. We all know exercise is healthy for our body (there, I said it!) but we often disregard its effect on mental health, our ability to manage stress and cope with ...

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labelInfographic today2020.07.31.

Brain-Computer-Interfaces

Operating a computer only with your mind sounds like utopian science-fiction straight out of Elon Musks wildest dreams? Well, brain-computer-interfaces already exist and here’s the science and technology behind it: Click on our new infographic to learn about where BCIs can be applied and how they work!     References: Fetz, Eberhard E. (1969). Operant Conditioning ...

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labelArticle today2020.06.03.

Free will: to have, or not to have, that is the question

Quarter of a century. Makes a girl think…. Being born in a traditional, well-educated family came with certain social expectations, although I’ve always felt free to do whatever I wanted. Then, suddenly, in autumn last year I had a quarter-life crisis. I was worried that I’m running out of time to find the job I liked before I have to ...

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labelArticle today2019.11.24.

Tripping for Treatment

Medical use/ abuse Jimmy Hendrix’ trademark, apart from being a gifted musician, was a bandana around his head – rumour has it, it was to hold acid (LSD) tabs to his forehead, causing the drug to slowly absorb into his skin and travel further into his blood stream – while ...

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labelArticle today2019.08.01.

What does the fox say?

As children we are taught the sounds of animals – the chatter of a monkey, the squeak of a mouse, the bark of a dog, and many others. Often, we try to communicate with our nonverbal companions – be it a friendly cat or an annoying mosquito. At times these ...

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labelInfographic today2019.07.23.

The Bilingual Brain

Bilinguals who acquire both langauges by the age of six use both hemispheres in both languages. As you reading this post in English, there’s a very good chance that you belong to that half of the population who are considered multilinguals. Have you ever wondered how speaking more than one ...

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labelArticle today2019.06.03.

The Neuroscience of Lucid Dreaming

Need to give a speech? Too bad you left your pants at home. Taking a trans-continental flight? You’ll be rushing to pack in the morning and hopelessly lost trying to find your gate. Sometimes it feels like dreams are our brain simulating Murphy’s Law. There are many theories about why ...

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