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STEP-NUS Sunburst Brain Camp 2015

“The brain is the most important organ you have…according to the brain.” Well, it certainly was the star of the show at the Sunburst Brain Camp, a week-long event devoted to exploring its mysteries!The camp (organised by ST Endowment Programme and National University of Singapore) allowed students across Asia to meet professors, visit research labs, conduct experiments and discuss this most enigmatic of organs. But enough from us – watch what these aspiring neuroscientists have to say!

Posted by Temasek on Friday, July 3, 2015
July 9, 2015
Sunburst Brain Camp 2015
February 8, 2012
Temporal Evolution of TV-DBN Brain Connectivity ECoG Maps
We use the new and promising approach of connectivity mapping, which is the reconstruction of functional connections between cortical areas based on the signals present in those areas. We have implemented a high-throughput, dynamic, and computationally cheap method to map connectivity, and have shown that these directed connectivity maps are informative in decoding joint angle from the ECoG signal.
January 10, 2012
Neural Decoding of Dexterous Arm Motion in Monkeys
November 27, 2007
Speckle-Based Functional Brain Response: Stimulation of Cortex
August 17, 2007
EMG-Based Dexterous Decoding of Individual Fingers: Amputee
October 5, 2011
Combining ECoG & Kinematic Signals in Prosthesis Control
August 3, 2011
Virus in Microfluidic Chamber
Varicella zoster virus moves inside an axon in a channel of a microfluidic chamber.
May 27, 2011
MORPH Prosthesis Control - JASPER Test
A transradial amputee demonstrates the advantages of the Myoelectrically-Operated RFID Prosthetic Hand (MORPH) in a battery of functional hand dexterity tasks. EMG thresholding in conjunction with RFID tag readings allows the hand to automatically form complex preshapes, and to operate individual digits in a dexterously relevant manner.
May 27, 2011
RFID Prosthesis Control Concept Demo
A virtual reality demonstration of the conceptual idea of integrating an RFID reader with myoelectric prosthetic hand control.
December 7, 2010
Functional Imaging in Awake Behaving Rodent
November 20, 2009
Speckle-Based Functional Brain Response: Whisker Stimulation
September 26, 2009
Amputee Plays Video Game Using EMG
Using advanced signal processing algorithms developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University, a congenital amputee is able to control the popular Wolfenstein video game using only EMG signals from the residual limb.
September 16, 2009
Real-Time Control of Motion Control
July 16, 2009
Discovery Channel: Cyborgs
Cyborgs may be strictly sci-fi, but brain-computer interfacing is real. Jorge Ribas finds out how this technology is helping people.
April 13, 2008
Prosthetic Arm Animation
November 8, 2007
JHU Revolutionary Prosthesis: Arm
August 27, 2007
Motor-Sensory Prosthesis Vision
May 16, 2006
Brain Computer Interface Demo with Electronic Hand and EEG signals