Wikipedia is an effective tool for education

During her visit at NeuroMat, LiAnna Davis, director of the Wiki Edu Foundation, talked on how Wikimedia projects may have an impact in fostering scientific dissemination. Thais Paiva, Carta Capital (Carta Educação), 3/15/2017. (In Portuguese)

Statistics applied to neuroscience

Neurology is often considered the most difficult area in medicine. The brain is by far the most complex organ of the human body, and many scientific fields investigate it. One of these fields is statistics. Eunylson Lopes, United Statisticians, 6/1/2017. (In Portuguese)

Free Knowledge

Wikipedia has become a key educational resource, and NeuroMat is a leading institution in Brazil in disseminating science through this electronic encyclopedia. Giulia Gamba, Revista Cásper, 01/2017. (In Portuguese.)

A brain soccer derby

An interesting way of thinking on brain functioning --and research in this area-- is to compare neurons to soccer fans in a stadium. Scientists would be observers "outside" the stadium, trying to make sense of what goes on "on the field." Antonio Galves, Mente e Cérebro, 01/2017. (In Portuguese.)

NeuroMat spreads the frontier of science through Wikipedia

In August, the User Group Wikimedia in Brazil and the Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center for Neuromathematics (RIDC NeuroMat), which brings together researchers in Mathematics, Computer Science, Statistics, Neurobiology, Physics and Communications, organized a marathon on Wikipedia about neuroscience and mathematics, at the University of São Paulo. Ana Beatriz Rosa, Huffington Post Brasil, 10/21/2016. (In Portuguese.)

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