Computational Neuroscience and Brain Research

Read this article published by the Norwegian University of Life Sciences to find out about

Drawing of Purkinje cells (A) and granule cell...

Drawing of Purkinje cells (A) and granule cells (B) from pigeon cerebellum by Santiago Ramón y Cajal, 1899; Instituto Santiago Ramón y Cajal, Madrid, Spain. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

last research on the functioning of the brain.

“Based on methods from physics, mathematics and informatics, as well as computational power from the Stallo supercomputer in Tromsø, we have developed detailed mathematical models revealing the connection between nerve cell activity and the electrical signal recorded by an electrode,” says Professor Gaute Einevoll at the Department of Mathematical Sciences and Technology (IMT) at UMB.

This is an example of how modern advanced technology is being used in the field of brain research. As the brain’s functioning becomes more clear, we will be able to find out in more detail about brain activation under hypnosis and its uses and advantages in research and clinical applications.

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About Anna Pons

Certificat (CPPD), Post Graduat Certificat (PGCert) i Post Graduat Diploma (PGD) en Hipnoteràpia Clínica, London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH) i Universitat de West London (UWL)
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