The Goalkeeper Game, a tool for massive data collection and experiments

NeuroMat's Goalkeeper Game has evolved as two concomitant research, development directions. Firstly, the game, that had a first version launched in early 2016, is being developed as a tool for massive data collection. Secondly, the game remains a resource for efficient diagnosis and allows for changes in settings for experiments. Challenges in these two directions have been advanced by a multidisciplinary team within NeuroMat's innovation area.

The Shortest Possible Return Time of β-Mixing Processes

Miguel Abadi; Sandro Gallo and Erika Alejandra Rada-Mora

Dynamics of spontaneous activity in random networks with multiple neuron subtypes and synaptic noise: Spontaneous activity in networks with synaptic noise.

Pena RFO, Zaks MA and Roque AC.

Wikipedia, a strategic resource for scientific dissemination

Research institutions have looked for alternatives to make science more accessible. A work at the Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center for Neuromathematics (NeuroMat), located at USP, relies on creativity and chooses Wikipedia as a resource for scientific dissemination. Jornal da USP, 06/12/2018. (In Portuguese.)

NeuroMat launches a comics book on brachial plexus injury

Nildo and Rony are the main characters of a special comics book, aiming at providing guidance to patients with a brachial plexus injury and their caregivers. The comics book was produced in the context of ABRAÇO --the NeuroMat Action on the Brachial Plexus Injury. Bruna Caetano, Jornal da USP website, 06/14/2018. (In Portuguese)

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