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For detailed information, please see the FENS-Kavli Scholars webpage.-Network for Euro-Mediterranean collaborations Venue: Berlin City Cube, Hall A2Host: Mediterranean Neuroscience Society (MNS)Contact Person: Giuseppe Di Giovanni E-mail: [email protected] from the Euro-Mediterranean area beyond to inform them on the role of the Mediterranean Neuroscience Society (MNS) in bridging the gap between the North and the South of the Mediterranean in the field of Neuroscience.
Participants will be informed about the ongoing activities of the Society, its initiatives and events planned for [email protected] around the world are investing in basic research to transform our knowledge of the brain.
These at times unlikely exchanges had an impact not only on scientific research but also on other disciplines, such as the influence of Herman von Helmholtz on the eminent French writer, Marcel Proust. An Evening of Science Café[email protected] the success of the Pub Talk events @ the FENS Forum Copenhagen in 2016, the FENS-Kavli Scholars have organised a Science Café series for the general public in informal settings.
Early-career scientists, students, alumni of FENS training activities and NENS representatives are warmly welcome!
No registration required.-'Minds Wide Open' - Documentary Premiere & Debate [email protected] European Brain Council will partner with the The Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute (TCCI) to co-organise an event on the occasion of the European launch of 'MINDS WIDE OPEN', an innovative documentary featuring leading, international experts and compelling patient stories, makes the case that increased support is critical if we are to take advantage of this unparalleled opportunity to advance the science, unlock the wonders of the human mind and create a better world.
-Synaptic Interaction Night Venue: Berlin City Cube, Room M8Host: Brose lab, Max-Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine and Rosenmund lab, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin Contact person: Marcial Camacho Perez E-mail: [email protected] successful projects in the field of synaptic transmission are conducted with the collaboration of several research groups.
The aim of this networking event is to bring together senior and junior scientists studying presynaptic release mechanisms to increase scientific crosstalk about published and unpublished research, as well as to boost communication and new collaborations between laboratories.
A shortened version will be premiered, followed by a debate around the topic after the viewing. Programme: Opening and background introduction by Prof. Beth Stephens (Boston Children's Hospital) and Prof. These contributions will be followed by a continued discussion with the audience over a networking reception.