November 27, 2022. The 15th National Conference of the Chinese Neuroscience Society was held online on November 27th. Following successful collaboration during the 13th and 14th Conferences, Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute (TCCI) and the Chinese Neuroscience Society (CNS) forged an exclusive and strategic partnership to provide full support to the 15th Conference.
TCCI sponsored the keynote lectures and the selection and announcement of major neuroscientific achievements in China. At the same time, “Nextquestion,” TCCI’s affiliated scientific media channel handled academic news coverage of the conference. Socratic Lab, the virtual academic community platform created by TCCI, supported the live streaming and interactive exchange of the conference. The platform not only provides features such as digital brochures for attendees’convenience, but also professionally collects, summarizes and compiles high-quality academic questions raised during the presentations. TCCI aims to encourage scientists to continuously communicate and discuss important scientific topics with each other.
The Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute (TCCI) is committed to promoting international and interdisciplinary exchanges in the field of brain science by supporting high-level academic conferences around the world. In 2022 alone, TCCI hosted and sponsored more than 150 academic conferences in Asia, North America and Europe, including it’s own International Forum on Neurotechnology for Mass Populations, International Forum on Neurotechnologies that Connect Music with the Brain, the Brain Talk series of academic forums, the brain-computer interface forum at the World Artificial Intelligence Congress, the Neuromodulation and Brain-Machine Interface forum in cooperation with Science magazine, the SfN annual conference, the International Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience, and Neurotalk conferences.
In 2019, TCCI sponsored the keynote speech and opening dinner at the 13th CNS Annual Conference. In 2021, TCCI not only sponsor edthe keynote speech at the 14th CNS Annual Conference, but also held a forum on TCCI Brain-Computer Interface, Artificial Intelligence and Mental Health for the first time. Since then, TCCI and the Basic and Clinical Neurosurgery Division of CNS jointly launched“Brain Talk,” an international academic conference focusing on topics such as brain-computer interface, neural repair, cerebral ischemia and brain-inspired organs, and the development of brain science research in world-class universities. Chinese and foreign academicians were invited to participate in dialogues and the academic exchange. Brain Talk was highly popular with a cumulative audience of two million online participants.