Chris Armit - September 27, 2022
The International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility had its annual INCF 2022 Neuroinformatics Assembly and Chris Armit has a write up of the event.
Chris Armit - April 26, 2021
The International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility (INCF) hosted their virtual Neuroinformatics Assembly & Chris Armit have a neuroinformagical write-up.
Chris Armit - April 14, 2021
GigaScience are huge fans of the VIZBI – Visualising Biological Data – conference and our Data Scientist Chris Armit details the major highlights of VIZBI 2021.
Chris Armit - September 7, 2019
This year’s Neuroinformatics 2019 meeting took place in the beautiful and historic city of Warszawa (Warsaw). Warszawa remains a pilgrimage city for scientists, with arguably its most famous resident Marie Sklodowska Curie being the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and the only person ever to win the Nobel Prize twice in two different […]
Nicole Nogoy - March 15, 2016
In support of Brain Awareness Week, we have asked Cameron Craddock, Director of the Computational NeuroImaging Lab, Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research and Director of Imaging, Child Mind Institute, to write a blog highlighting open science in neuroimaging, and to announce our upcoming publication of the 2015 Brainhack Proceedings and the Brainhack Thematic Series. BioMed Central are also highlighting some of the amazing benefits of brain research and showcasing the progress being made by researchers around to world.
Nicole Nogoy - September 16, 2015
Neuroinformatics goes tropical and Nicole Nogoy gives a write-up of this year’s INCF Neuroinformatics 2015 meeting in Cairns, Australia
Alexandra Basford - July 19, 2012
We have a write-up by Alexandra Basford of the 8th FENS forum of Neuroscience hosted in Barcelona Spain during the “year of neuroscience”
Alexandra Basford - June 18, 2012
A write-up by Alexandra Basford of the 18th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM2012) in Beijing
Scott Edmunds - September 3, 2011
Write up on Science Online London (#SOLO11) the science communication conference where we participated in a panel and some blogging exercises