is the mental process of developing and organizing ideas
. It may refer to:
- The "Brainstorm defence" (1906) - used in the trial of Harry K. Thaw for the murder of Stanford White, based on a British use of brainstorm as a form of insanity.
- Brainstorm (1983 film), directed by Douglas Trumbull
- Brainstorm (1965 film), directed by William Conrad
- Brainstorm (2001 film), English title of the movie Bicho de Sete Cabeças
- Brainstorm (Latvian band)
- Brainstorm (German band)
- Brainstorm Cell Therapeutics, an American research firm using adult stem cell technology in search of a cure for Parkinson's and ALS.
- Brainstorm (disco band)
- Brainstorm, one of the pseudonyms used by the musician Moby
- Brainstorm Artists International, a record label
- Brainstorm (Young MC album), a 1991 album by rapper Young MC
- Brainstorm eStudio, a virtual studio system manufactured by Brainstorm Multimedia
- "Brainstorm", a song by Hawkwind from their 1972 album Doremi Fasol Latido
- Brainstorm (TV series), a BBC television comedy quiz
- Brainstorm (Division), A Division of Interplay
- Brainstorm (Rapper), A rapper with Brothers Grym
- Brainstorm (software), Software from Ubuntu used to power ubuntu brainstorm
Some have claimed that 'brainstorm' is politically incorrect and should be reserved for its use in connection with epilepsy. However, this claim has been shown to be an urban myth.