Free software helps data management in Neuroscience experiments

Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center for Neuromathematics (NeuroMat) – one of the research centers supported by FAPESP – has launched the first module of the free software Neuroscience Experiments System (NES), that helps organization, control and management of neurophysiological data from patients and experiments. Report by Karina Toledo, Agência FAPESP, 12/12/2014.

Prof. Sidarta Ribeiro spreads neuroscience

NeuroMat member Prof. Sidarta Ribeiro took part on November, 13, of a diffusion activity on neuroscience in a school in Cotia, São Paulo State. Report and image by William Melo, Revista Circuito, 11/14/2014.

NeuroMat offers training on spike sorting

The cooperation between neuroscience and mathematics has much to offer to the collection of neural data. The Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center for Neuromathematics (CEPID NeuroMat), from the University of São Paulo, offers a training on the mathematical challenges of this area, specifically on advances developed on techniques of spike sorting.Report by Revista Mente e Cérebro, 11/2014.

Wikipedia may invigorate educational activities

A news piece on uses of the online, collaborative encyclopaedia in educational settings refers to NeuroMat's pioneering Wikipedia Initiative. The general goal of the Initiative is to stimulate members of the research team to work on entries on neuromathematics and pertaining topics in the Portuguese and English versions of Wikipedia. Report by André Jorge de Oliveira, Revista Galileu, 09/11/2014.

"Science for all" -- an interview with Prof. Ernst Wolfgang Hamburger

NeuroMat's former coordinator of Scientific Education and Dissemination, Prof. Ernst Wolfgang Hamburger talks in an interview on various scientific enterprises he has been involved with and makes a special mention to NeuroMat. He concludes: "Until I am 100 years old, there is still a lot I can do." Interviewed by Antonio Augusto Passos Videira and Sofia Moutinho, Ciência Hoje, 08/2014.

Neuromathematics through new technologies

NeuroMat and its effort of spreading information on a conceptual framework on brain functioning have featured on an article on how new social technologies, especially Wikipedia, may contribute to scientific and educational dissemination. João Alexandre Peschanski, Boletim Grupo de Cidadania, 08/2014.

Science must be open

With the increasing use of computation in several areas of science, data have assumed an increasingly important role in the process of scientific discovery. Computational analysis of data collected in digital format and the generation of data through computer simulation have figured prominently in the list of tools of scientific research nowadays. Kelly Rosa Braghetto, A Rede, 08/2014.

Research center invests in 'wiki' scientific dissemination

The Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center for Neuromathematics (NeuroMat), a scientific organisation located at the University of São Paulo, intends to develop its scientific-dissemination strategy with social, participatory tools created by the Wikimedia Foundation. Wikinotícias, A fonte de notícias livre que você pode editar!, 07/16/2014.

NeuroMat investigates how the brain processes external stimuli

Research center uses neuromathematics to understand possible statistical regularities connected to the brain. Aline Naoe, Agência USP de Notícias, 07/16/2014.

Open Source, Open Skies, Open Stadium

Fieldwork notes on an interview with NeuroMat investigator Fabio Kon, who will feature on a documentary on Brazilian science. Imagine Science Films, 06/26/2014.




The Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center for Neuromathematics is hosted by the University of São Paulo and funded by FAPESP (São Paulo Research Foundation).


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