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FENS funding for European Neuroscience History Projects 2015

The History Committee organises a yearly call for European History of Neuroscience Projects. This FENS initiative aims to support and stimulate the interest in the History of Neuroscience through the creation of a virtual platform dedicated to the topic. This call provides grants for outstanding projects that aim to document the history and development of […]

FENS funding for European Neuroscience History Projects 2015

The History Committee organises a yearly call for European History of Neuroscience Projects. This FENS initiative aims to support and stimulate the interest in the History of Neuroscience through the creation of a virtual platform dedicated to the topic. This call provides grants for outstanding projects that aim to document the history and development of […]

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FENS funding for European Neuroscience History Projects 2015

The History Committee organises a yearly call for European History of Neuroscience Projects. This FENS initiative aims to support and stimulate the interest in the History of Neuroscience through the creation of a virtual platform dedicated to the topic. This call provides grants for outstanding projects that aim to document the history and development of […]

Training

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Winter School on Neurobiology of language and communication

The FENS-Hertie Winter School 2015, chaired by Prof. Peter Hagoort and Prof. Julia Fischer, will be held from 3rd to 9th January 2016 in Obergurgl, Austria. Language is a higher cognitive function that is typically associated with human communication. The underlying neuronal systems have been largely unraveled, using e.g. fMRI. Studies over the past decades […]

Meetings

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The Brain Conferences: The Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythm

11-14 October 2015 – Moltkes Palæ, Copenhagen, Denmark This meeting is part of a new series of high-level bi-annual Brain Conferences in Europe. Sleep and circadian rhythms regulate all aspects of brain function. Co-chaired by Russell Foster (University of Oxford, UK) and Joseph Takahashi (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre, USA), the focus of this […]

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