[Watch yourself in TV!](http://mediathek.rbb-online.de/tv/rbb-AKTUELL/Einstein-Zentrum-für-digitale-Zukunft-wi/rbb-Ferns
Lifting you out of your resting state.
McGill University has featured TVB Co-Founder and Project Lead, Dr. Randy McIntosh, in a recent article published in The McGill Tribune.
The article was initiated after Dr. McIntosh gave a seminar talk at the [Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI)](http://www.mcgill.ca/neuro/neuro-brain-research-patient-care
Since the beginning of 2017, The Virtual Brain software is accessible as a Python App on the collaboration platform of The Human Brain Project (HBP).
Users can interact with the TVB Simulator core version 1.5 (but not our web GUI) directly in HBP Collab through iPython Notebook application.
In the [TVB Collab](https://collab.huma
**Leading TVB scientist Dr. Petra Ritter was invited to speak about The Virtual Brain and its clinical applications at the „Future Medicine“ Science Match 2016 in Berlin, Germany. This conference was part of the [Berlin Science Week 2016](http://www.berlinscienceweek.com "Visit exter
When the first website for The Virtual Brain was built, the software hadn't even reached beta state. That was in 2011.
In the last 5 years, we've added many new parts to the website and saw the list of newsworthy events, software releases, research papers and contributors grow. The old structure was bursting at its seams. So for [SfN2016](/tvb/zwei/newswire-event-single/120110-see-tvb-live
Leading TVB scientist Dr. Petra Ritter was invited in a panel discussion together with Italian premier minister Matteo Renzi, to explain how The Virtual Brain could actually simulate Renzi’s thinking.
TVB Lead Developer Lia Domide was invited to join the Google Summer of Code 2016 Mentor Summit in Sunnyvale, California.
Key software developers from the TVB team meet again for the 2016 Code Jam in Cluj, Romania.
For several days, the leading software specialists and neuroscientists from the TVB team are discussing architecture, upcoming features and how to integrate the latest findings from active neuroscience research.
Devin Bayly, the student who worked with the TVB team for the Google Summer of Code, successfully completed his work on the PSE Viewer today.
Finally published and available online:
By Jirsa VK, Proix T, Perdikis D, Woodman MM, Wang H, Gonzalez-Martinez J, Bernard C, Bénar C, Guye M, Chauvel P, Bartolomei F
Great work by the TVB scientists and their tea
This release brings almost 100 improvements and bug fixes and is available for download for all supported platforms!
With many optimizations across the board, users can now enjoy speed improvements of 200% for several models, e.g. the Epileptor and Jansen-Rit.
Head over to our download page and get your update now!
This release brings more than 50 improvements and bug fixes and is available for download for all supported platforms!
With the new annotation viewer, you can now create, manage and see (in glorious 3D) ontology annotations for connectivity regions. Annotations can be exported and imported, supporting the BRCO ontology dataset.
Head over to our [download page](/tvb/zwei/brainsimulat
This is another big release with over 50 improvements across the board:
The new version is available for all supported platforms – and for the first time we're also supporting Windows 64-bit platforms!
Head over to our download page and get your update