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 Marlene Bartos receives ERC Advanced Grant

Marlene Bartos receives ERC Advanced Grant

The European Research Council awards 2.5 million euro funding to project on the functional role of inhibitory nerve cells in memory formation

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Robert Gütig now Professor in Berlin's Cluster of Excellence NeuroCure

Robert Gütig now Professor in Berlin's Cluster of Excellence NeuroCure

Since April 1st, Robert Gütig is Professor for Mathematical Modelling of Neuronal Learning at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the Berlin Institute of Health BIH.

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Tatjana Tchumatchenko listed amongst top 25 influencers

Tatjana Tchumatchenko listed amongst top 25 influencers

Tatjana Tchumatchenko was selected by FOCUS Magazine as one of the 25 young people making a considerable impact on our current and future society. She is the only female scientist of the list.

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10,000 installations of The Virtual Brain

10,000 installations of The Virtual Brain

On the quiet Saturday morning of January 6th, 2018, an eager scientist tapped the trackpad – unknowingly making history and quite a few people danced on tables, toasting with leftover champagne from New Year's Eve: Because the 10,000th copy of The Virtual Brain was downloaded!

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Heisenberg professorship goes to Bernstein researcher Martin Rolfs

Heisenberg professorship goes to Bernstein researcher Martin Rolfs

Martin Rolfs of the Bernstein Center Berlin (BCCN Berlin) will be inaugurated as Heisenberg professor of the psychology of active perception and cognition at the Humboldt University Berlin.
This prestigious professorship marks a decisive step in Rolfs' career. It is also a strong indicator for Berlin as an international hotspot in computational neuroscience.

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Two Bernstein Scientists receive Lower Saxony Science Awards 2017

Two Bernstein Scientists receive Lower Saxony Science Awards 2017

The Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience celebrates a double success at this year’s Lower Saxony Science Awards. Professor Tobias Moser receives the award as outstanding scientist; Dr. Marion Silies receives the award as outstanding postdoc researcher. Both work and conduct their research at the University Medical Center Göttingen. The award ceremony took place in Hanover on November 30.

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Art with neuroscience on a par

Art with neuroscience on a par

Yutaka Makino, Berlin-based Japanese artist, was selected to realise the interdisciplinary arts project “On Display - An Artistic View on Computational Neuroscience” for the Bernstein Conference 2018 in Berlin.

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The Bernstein Center Berlin celebrated its consolidation

The Bernstein Center Berlin celebrated its consolidation

Exciting times for German Computational Neuroscience. The Bernstein Centre Berlin (BCCN Berlin) celebrates its consolidation and the inauguration of the Interdisciplinary Center Computational Neuroscience (ICCN) at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

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New call: Multilateral Collaboration in Computational Neuroscience: Germany - USA - Israel - France

On October 24, 2017, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, BMBF) published the guidelines of the funding scheme "Multilateral Collaborations in Computational Neuroscience: Germany - USA - Israel - France" (October 2017).

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