Members of the EXTEND Consortium presented an article where they analyzed the potential risks of neurotechnologies as tools capable of manipulating, recording, measuring and obtaining information from the brain. More information can be found here: https://diariolaley.laleynext.es/Content/Documento.aspx?params=H4sIAAAAAAAEAMtMSbF1CTEAAmNDc0MDE7Wy1KLizPw8WyMDIwNDAwMLtbz8lNQQF2fb0ryU1LTMvNQUkJLMtEqX_OSQyoJU27TEnOJUtdSk_PxsFJPiYSYAAHCybs5jAAAAWKE
Members of the EXTEND Consortium co-organized a workshop on disruptive technologies together with University of Granada (Spain). The EXTEND Project was highly represented in this Workshop: Aníbal M. Astobiza, Daniel López and Camila Rodrigues (all from CSIC) shared their thoughts
Results showed acute and prolonged (24 h) tremor reduction, which might open the possibility of an alternative therapeutic approach for tremor patients. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9171555
The National Spanish Radio (RTVE) interviewed Filipe Barroso to know more about the EU Project EXTEND. More information can be found in the following links: https://www.rtve.es/m/alacarta/audios/juntos-paso-a-paso/juntos-paso-paso-07-03-20/5532397/ https://www.rtve.es/m/alacarta/audios/juntos-paso-a-paso/juntos-paso-paso-14-03-20/5539102/
The 9th edition of the Summer School on Neurorehabilitation (SSNR2019) was jointly organized by the Neural Rehabilitation Group (Cajal Institute – CSIC) and the Imperial College of London. The EXTEND Project was highly represented: Professors Dario Farina (Imperial College of
Members of the Institute of Philosophy (CSIC) and the Neural Rehabilitation Group (Cajal Institute – CSIC) participated in a Round Table on Neurotechnology – Expectations, Risks and Opportunities that was held at San Telmo Museum (San Sebastian – Spain). Watch
The periodic review with the EC will be held on October 9 in Luxembourg.
The WP2 meeting will be held on July, 13 at the Imperial College. We are looking forward to meeting the WP2 partners in London.
We held a fruitful meeting in the Campus Poblenou of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Researchers from CSIC and UPF had interesting discussions about WP1 and WP 2.1.
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