Brain-Art Competition 2015: Deadline June 3rd

Submission Deadline: 11:59PM CDT, Wednesday, June 3th, 2015!  For more information, check out the competition details and submission form. We’re also thrilled to announce that the award notification will take place at the Neuro Bureau Gala during the OHBM meeting in Honolulu (Hawaii, USA). Attendance at the Gala is encouraged, but not required for submission to the competition. …Read More

Contribute to Brainspell

Brainspell integrates two of the most forward thinking open-science initiatives in the neuroimaging community: neurosynth and cognitive atlas. The online tool, designed by Roberto Toro, contains the current neurosynth database of the coordinates from 9179 research articles, and allows users to curate, correct, and annotate them with experimental terms and categories from the cognitive atlas. The full database …Read More

The Hub at Wellcome Collection

The Hub at Wellcome Collection is a new initiative located in the heart of London to actively foster interdisciplinary collaboration across academia, policy, and the arts. Much will be developing over the coming months as the Hub takes shape, but to give you a feel for Wellcome’s vision for the space: The inaugural residents were announced last week, and …Read More

Brainhack 2013 registration now open!

We are thrilled to draw your attention on the upcoming Brainhack 2013, which is being held from October 23-26 at the Centre International d’Études Pédagogiques, Sèvres, France (just outside of Paris). Brainhack 2013 is a unique workshop with the goals of fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and open neuroscience. The structure builds from the concepts of an …Read More

Smells like brain spirit!

For many of us, the 1990s is remembered as The Decade of the Brain. But on the opposite coast from congress, a music and fashion scene was brewing in Seattle that would come to characterize the art and attitude of the 90s. Collectively described as ‘grunge’, what better way to pay tribute to Seattle’s trendsetting contribution to …Read More

Brain-Art Competition 2013 Open for Submissions!

In order to recognize the beauty and creativity of artistic renderings emerging from the neuroimaging community, we are launching the third annual Brain-Art Competition. Countless hours are devoted to the creation of informative visualizations for communicating neuroscientific findings. The Brain-Art Competition aims to recognize this often unappreciated aspect of the publication process, and highlight the …Read More

Tal Yarkoni Brainhacks!

When we began laying out the schedule (or structured lack thereof) for Brainhack, we took many tips from the hackathon and unconference scenes. These organizational tools facilitate an organized chaos, where the core of the gathering becomes active collaboration. But as many of us know, starting off with energy in the morning may require an …Read More

Art@HBM : introducing Emilio Garcia

We are delighted to announce that our project of art exhibition has received the enthusiastic support of the HBM organizing committee. The human brain mapping (HBM) conference attracts over 2500 attendees each year and is the main forum of the neuroimaging community.  The art show will be held from June 26th to June 30th at the HBM2011 …Read More