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Opening of the Freiburg Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience and first national symposium of all Bernstein Centers

In October, Neurosciences in Freiburg can look forward to two major events: the grand opening of the Freiburg Bernstein Center and the first ever national symposium of all German Bernstein Centers (Berlin, Göttingen, Munich and Freiburg, October 2005).

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First Bernstein Symposium on Computational Neuroscience held in Freiburg

From 10 to 12 October, scientists from the four German Bernstein Centers for Computational Neuroscience (BCCNs) got together in Freiburg for their first symposium to present and discuss their latest research results. Last year, the BMBF (German Federal Ministry of Education and Research) had established the four Bernstein Centers to concentrate scientific expertise in neuroscience and thus get a step closer to the common goal of understanding thought (October 2005).

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Presentation at the "35th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience"

The four Bernstein Centers will be represented at the 35th annual meeting of the "Society for Neuroscience" (November 2005).

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Florentin Wörgötter becomes Professor for Computational Neuroscience

Former Scientist of the University of Stirling is now a member of the Bernstein Center in Göttingen (2005).

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Presentation of all German BCCNs at the German Protestant Church Day ("Kirchentag") 2005, Hannover

'When your child asks, in time to come...' (Deuteronomony 6:20). This theme brought together over 100,000 people in Hannover from 25th-29th May 2005 at the 30th German Protestant 'Kirchentag'. The Kirchentag housed hundreds of presentations and events highlighting all topics that relate to human life - ranging from truly theological up to technological and scientific contents. The four German Bernstein Centers took up this opportunity to present and discuss their work with the German general public.

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BMBF supports network for brain research with 34 million euro

Four Bernstein Centers presented at conference held in Berlin from 14 to 16 October 2004 (October 2004).

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