BRAMS welcomes high school students, in collaboration with project SEUR

BRAMS welcomes high school students, in collaboration with project SEUR

Posted by: on Jun 9, 2010 | No Comments

BRAMS is happy to participate once again in project SEUR, by welcoming in July 2010 three groups of high-school students to visit the laboratory and to be introduced to leading questions addressed in our research centre.

Event – “La Science à l’Opéra”

Event – “La Science à l’Opéra”

Posted by: on May 9, 2010 | No Comments

BRAMS co-director, Isabelle Peretz, is to participate to the event “La Science à l’Opéra” on Wednesday, June 9th.

Prof. Pierre Jolicoeur awarded Prix Adrien Pinard 2010

Prof. Pierre Jolicoeur awarded Prix Adrien Pinard 2010

Posted by: on Mar 25, 2010 | No Comments

SQRP (Société Québécoise de Recherche pour la Psychologie) awarded the “Prix Adrien Pinard” to Pr. Pierre Jolicoeur at their annual Congress, on March 20th 2010.

New research tools for BRAMS via Sonomax Technologies

New research tools for BRAMS via Sonomax Technologies

Posted by: on Mar 9, 2010 | No Comments

Sonomax Technologies Inc. has been selected by Montréal’s International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research (BRAMS) to provide miniaturized, real-time, in-ear, digital signal processing devices (DSP) to investigate experience-dependent brain plasticity in humans.

Musician Yann Perreau experienced extreme silence in BRAMS anechoic room

Musician Yann Perreau experienced extreme silence in BRAMS anechoic room

Posted by: on Jan 15, 2010 | No Comments

In a recent article published in La Presse on January 9 2010, Katia Gagnon related Yann Perreau’s experience of extreme silence. As John Cage had done in the 1960s, the Quebec musicien spent an hour in complete silence. BRAMS’ anechoic room was the site where the experiment took place…

BRAMS welcomes secondary students, in collaboration with project SEUR

BRAMS welcomes secondary students, in collaboration with project SEUR

Posted by: on Jul 1, 2009 | No Comments

BRAMS is happy to participate once again in project SEUR, by welcoming in early July three groups of Secondary students to visit the laboratory and to be introduced to leading questions addressed in our research centre.