New collection in RIO Journal devoted to neuroscience projects from 2016 Brainhack events

  • 01/03/2017
  • A new collection devoted to neuroscience projects from 2016 Brainhack events has been launched in the open access journal Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO). At current count, the “Brainhack 2016 Project Reports” collection features eight Project Reports, whose authors are applying open science and collaborative research to advance our understanding of the brain. Seeking to […]

    Open neuroscience: Collaborative Neuroimaging Lab finalist for the Open Science Prize

  • 12/05/2016
  • Despite the abundance of digital neuroimaging data, shared thanks to all funding, data collection, and processing efforts, but also the goodwill of thousands of participants, its analysis is still falling behind. As a result, the insight into both mental disorders and cognition is compromised. The Open Neuroimaging Laboratory framework, promises a collaborative and transparent platform […]

    Mental synthesis experiment could teach us more about our imagination

  • 06/01/2016
  • While there is general consensus that the ability to imagine a never-before-seen object or concept is a unique and distinctive human trait, there is little that we know about the neurological mechanism behind it. Neuroscientist Dr. Andrey Vyshedskiy proposes a straightforward experiment that could test whether the ability to imagine a novel object involves the […]