Meet the Scientist 2018!

C3NL hosted their annual “Meet the Scientist” day on this year on the 27th of November, with the theme this year focusing on technological advances and technology in the home, culminating in a panel discussion, with guest speakers Sarah Daniels, Payam Barnaghi and Lucia Li joining David Sharp. We had a great time hosting the […]

C3NL Meet the Scientists!

C3NL hosted their annual “Meet the Scientist” day on the 25th of October with around 35 guests including students, TBI patients and their families or carers in attendance. It was a great success with guest speakers from the Centre for Perinatal Neuroscience co-presenting Paediatric Brain Injury research, tours of the Clinical Imaging Facility and a […]

C3NL conference success

On the 13th of July, C3NL organised and hosted the inaugural Frontiers in TBI Conference at Imperial College, London. The event was an outstanding success, with the lecture theatres packed to the brim, and plenty of excellent posters on display. Highlights of the event included great debates centring around the questions “Should cycling helmets be […]

C3NL in the news!

Our work on brain ageing and epigenetic ageing in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh has got the media talking! We even had a camera crew at the CIF: Sky News … and in the lab: Reuters Guardian Daily Mail Fox News

C3NL creates a buzz

C3NL was recently featured on the Imperial Colleges home page with a link to a recent press article, titled “Buzzing the brain with electricity can boost working memory”. The article¬†referred to a published article of work¬†by Ines Violante and Lucia Li, who demonstrated in a small study that applying a weak electrical current through the […]

C3NL gets Christmassy

  The C3NL lab held their Christmas dinner on Thursday. Amid the double-blind secret Santa gifts, great food, drinks and company, there was also the annual Christmas sweater competition. Contestants were required to provide a 30 second speech backing up their wooly entries and the standard of outfits were high. Following long deliberation and voting […]

C3NL @ BIH 2015 conference

James Cole from C3NL will be chairing a satellite symposium at the Brain Informatics & Health conference this summer. The conference, a large global gathering of computer scientists, neuroscientists and researchers from related fields, will take place at the Royal Geographical Society in South Kensington and is being hosted by Imperial College London. James’ symposium […]

Royal Society summer exhibition starts today!

Monday 30th June sees the opening of the Royal Society summer exhibition, with members of C3NL manning our ‘Networks in the brain’ stand for the whole week.

C3NL gets minty

On Thursday 1st May Rod kicked off the series of C3NL Methods in Neuroimaging Teaching Sessions (MiNTS), with an enlightening tutorial on how to make publication-quality images from FSL-derived statistical brain maps. Everyone was impressed with the use of MRIcroGL’s rendering engine. One attendee even said “wow, that’s rather good”. Attention now turns to the […]