Brain.space was founded in 2018 by Prof. Shai Efrati and Dr. Amir Haddani, both medical doctors specializing in neurological diseases.
Brain.space came to life through the process of treating patients. Being in the field, we saw the need for an accessible brain monitoring device, and the necessity to leverage large quantities of Brain Data in order to share and compare big data sets.
After searching, we saw that there was no solution for Brain “Big Data” – and we realized that we had to create it ourselves. Along with co-founders Yair Levy and Israel Deutsch, we are an elite team with deep expertise across the medical, data science, neuroscience and engineering disciplines, who have teamed up to change the future of Brain Data.
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In the press
Israeli startup to test brain-activity gear on space mission to ISS
TEL AVIV, March 28 (Reuters) - Israel's Brain.Space, a four-year-old startup that studies data on brain activity
Astronaut Helmets Straight out of Sci-Fi Could Decipher Our Brains in Microgravity
To settle Mars, we'll need to know how space transforms the human brain. A neuroscience startup is on it, beginning with the crew of the historic Axiom-1 mission.
Brain.space remakes the EEG for our modern world (and soon, off-world)
Figuring out what’s going on in the brain is generally considered to be somewhere between extremely difficult and impossible.