The Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform (CONP) aims to bring together many of the country’s leading scientists in basic and clinical neuroscience to form an interactive network of collaborations in brain research, interdisciplinary student training, international partnerships, clinical translation and open publishing.
The mission of IEEE Brain is to facilitate cross-disciplinary collaboration and coordination to advance research, standardization and development of technologies in neuroscience to help improve the human condition.
TVB is a reference tool for full-brain simulation. TVB serves as the simulation engine in the world’s first clinical trial on predictive brain modeling in epilepsy surgery (EPINOV). TVB is also the choice of full-brain simulator in Europe’s digital research infrastructure EBRAINS and directly links to other large-scale neuroinformatics efforts such as the Allen Institute’s Mouse atlas or the Human Brain Project (HBP).
The Canadian Association for Neuroscience (CAN) is the largest association of neuroscientists in Canada. Our members dedicated to advancing brain research. Our association is composed of over one thousand researchers, who work at academic institutions across the country. We share the common goal of ensuring neuroscience remains one of the greatest research and innovation strengths of Canada.
EBRAINS is a platform providing tools and services which can be used to address challenges in brain research and brain-inspired technology development. Its components are designed with, by, and for researchers. The tools assist scientists to collect, analyse, share, and integrate brain data, and to perform modelling and simulation of brain function.The services are developed by, and are powered by the EU-funded Human Brain Project. EBRAINS also integrates brain research technologies developed elsewhere.
The European Commission is the executive of the European Union. It operates as a cabinet government, with 27 members of the Commission headed by a President. It includes an administrative body of about 32,000 European civil servants.
The Human Brain Project (HBP) is building a research infrastructure to help advance neuroscience, medicine, and computing. It is one of four FET (Future and Emerging Technology) Flagships, the largest scientific projects ever funded by the European Union. The 10-year Project began in 2013 and directly employs some 500 scientists at more than 100 universities, teaching hospitals, and research centres across Europe.
HBP launched the EBRAINS web portal in 2019. EBRAINS offers a range of services to the broader research community.