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  1. Global competition in exoskeleton research: the winner is the entire human kind!

    World football championship involves millions of supporters around the world, but we need to wait July to see which will be the winning team of the Rivet Cup. Meanwhile someone else has already won a more important competition against their disability: th ...

    Marco Marsella - 16/03/2016 - 15:35

  2. Blog: Giving hope to millions of epileptic people

    News Article Blog by Professor António Dourado, coordinator of the EPILEPSIAE project. This EU funded project (FP7) has done a lot of research to make prediction of epileptic seizures possible and is trying to bring a small transportable warning device fo ...

    Newsroom Editor - 24/05/2013 - 13:20

  3. eHealth at European Month of the Brain

    Date:  From Wednesday, 1 May, 2013- 02:00 to Friday, 31 May, 2013- 02:00 Add to Calendar Add to calendar iCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Venue:  Europe/Brussels Understanding the human brain and its diseases has always been one of the greatest scientific a ...

    Newsroom Editor - 18/04/2013 - 17:11

  4. Week of Flagship European Projects "Graphene" & "Human Brain Project" at UIMP 24-28 June 2013

    Date:  From Monday, 24 June, 2013- 02:00 to Friday, 28 June, 2013- 02:00 Add to Calendar Add to calendar iCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Venue:  Santander (ES) The Week of Flagship European Projects encourages and promotes coordinated multidisciplinary res ...

    Newsroom Editor - 19/06/2013 - 17:14

  5. A second chance for injured brains

    Audiovisual Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when a sudden trauma causes damage to the brain – it is a major health problem and the most common cause of permanent disability in people under the age of 40 years. Recent statistics show a steep increase i ...

    Newsroom Editor - 23/06/2014 - 13:51

  6. TOBI: Mind over matter for people with disabilities

    Projects news and results People with serious physical disabilities are unable to do the everyday things that most of us take for granted despite having the will – and the brainpower – to do so. This is changing thanks to European projects such as TOBI (T ...

    Newsroom Editor - 13/08/2014 - 18:08

  7. 2nd HBP Education Workshop: "Future Medicine"

    Date:  From Sunday, 15 March, 2015- 01:00 to Wednesday, 18 March, 2015- 01:00 Add to Calendar Add to calendar iCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Venue:  Lausanne (CH) Lectures and hands-on sessions will be led by experts from basic neuroscience, clinical neur ...

    Newsroom Editor - 25/11/2014 - 18:42

  8. Tool for monitoring oxygen in premature baby brain can save lives

    Projects news and results The EU-funded BabyLux project has developed an easy-to-use tool for checking oxygen levels in the brains of premature babies. This is an innovation that will save lives, writes BabyLux communication officer Monica Lancini in her ...

    (not verified) - 03/09/2015 - 16:59

  9. European Commission signs agreement to take Human Brain Project into next phase

    Digibytes The Commission has just signed a partnership agreement with the Human Brain Project, a key EU research project aiming to better understand how the human brain works. 30/10/2015- 09:55 The Human Brain Project (HBP), launched in 2013, will provide ...

    (not verified) - 30/10/2015 - 18:57

  10. HELICOID FET Open project: new imaging technology to help save brain cells during cancer surgery

    Audiovisual Researchers from FET-Open project HELiCoiD have developed hyper-spectral imaging technologies which can help to distinguish more accurately between healthy tissue and that affected by tumour. 28/10/2015- 11:22 euronews 2015 The prototype hyper ...

    (not verified) - 18/11/2015 - 00:05

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