NSF welcomes input from the scientific and engineering community on priority research areas and supports planning and prioritization workshops across various disciplines and thematic areas.
NeuroNex Webinar, Friday, April 5, 2019, 11-noon EDT
NSF will hold a webinar to assist researchers interested in submitting proposals to the most recent NeuroNex solicitation. Please join the webinar being held Friday, April 5, 11-noon EDT to answer any remaining questions beyond the information provided in the solicitation.
Webinar Register/Join Details:
Event Number: 902 825 912
Event Password: NeuroNex19!
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Fourth Annual BRAIN Initiative Investigators Meeting, April 9-11, 2018
Workshop on the Research Interfaces between Brain Science and Computer Science,
December 2014 (live stream recorded and available; workshop report "A new age of computing and the brain" now online).
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