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Integrating Solutions for Neuroscience

At Brainbox, we believe in the importance of developing and maintaining strong links between industry and academia within the field of neuroscience and brain research. We particularly specialise in non-invasive brain stimulation and brain imaging, supporting a broad range of solutions that are ideally suited to meet the complex requirements of research applications.

Free, online demonstrations

Brainbox offers totally free-of-charge, online demonstrations for anyone looking to learn more about our range of non-invasive brain stimulation equipment. Our team of product and application specialists will work with you to create a tailor-made demonstration programme telling you all you need to know about what our equipment can offer your research programme.

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Conferences

Come and visit us at these upcoming events where we’ll be exhibiting.

26

Sep

Brainbox Initiative Conference 2019

Wellcome Collection, London, United Kingdom

19

Oct

Neuroscience 2019

McCormick Place, Chicago, United States

17

Mar

European Neuro Convention 2020

NEC Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom

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Brainbox Workshops

We run a range of practical workshops, book early to secure a place!

09

Sep

Fundamentals of Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation

Institut des Sciences Cognitives Marc Jeannerod, Bron, France

30

Nov

Fundamentals and Applications of TMS Workshop

UCL Institute of Neurology, London, United Kingdom

02

Dec

TMS Neuronavigation Workshop

UCL Institute of Neurology, London, United Kingdom

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Brainbox Initiative

Giving Early Career Neuroscientists a Voice

An exciting collaboration with key academics, providing a range of opportunities for early career researchers including workshops, Research Challenge Prize and Young Investigator Award. The flagship event is our annual conference.

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The Latest News & Media

Naheem Bashir Research Challenge Update, May 2019

We recently caught up with 2017 Research Challenge winner Naheem Bashir to find out how his project has been progressing. Naheem's winning entry proposed using 'fNIRS and EEG to explore... Read more »

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Tom Reilly Building at Liverpool John Moores University

Interview with Professor Simon Bennett of Liverpool John Moores University

Rogue Resolutions are proud to have completed the installation of a brand new Brainsight NIRS system at Liverpool John Moores University. The new system, which uses infrared light to measure changes in... Read more »

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University of Nevada in Las Vegas Students Union

‘How listening to music enhances motor processing’: New research being carried out at University of Nevada in Las Vegas

In August 2017, Brainbox carried out an installation of several neuromodulation, neuroimaging, and neuronavigation devices at the Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory of the University of Nevada in Las Vegas (UNLV). UNLV... Read more »

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Haya Akkad, Poster Prize Winner BBIConf2018

Poster Presentation 2018 Winner, Haya Akkad

Haya Akkad, Brainbox Initiative Poster Presentation winner 2018 Researchers were invited to submit abstracts for inclusion in the Brainbox Initiative Conference poster session, particularly in the area of non-invasive brain... Read more »

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