Brain Prize Lecture by John Hardy, 2018 prize winner and Karl Deisseroth, prize winner 2013, ECNP congress, Copenhagen

The annual ECNP Congress is Europe’s premier scientific meeting for disease-oriented brain research, annually attracting between 4,000 and 6,000 neuroscientists, psychiatrists, neurologists and psychologists from around the world. Karl Deisseroth, Brain Prize winner from 2013 will give a keynote lecture on Saturday, September 7 at 7 pm. Title of his talk is “Linking circuit dynamics …

Brain Prize Lectures by Richard Morris, 2016 prize winner and John Hardy, 2018 prize winner, FENS regional meeting, Beograd, Serbien

The next FENS Regional Meeting, FRM 2019 will take place in Belgrade, Serbia, 10-13 July 2019. Jointly organized as a regional partnership between -Serbian Neuroscience Society -National Neuroscience Society of Romania -Neuroscience Society of Turkey. Wednesday, July 10 at 6 pm John Hardy, Brain Prize winner from 2018 gives a talk on “Genomics of neurodegenerative …

Brain Prize Lecture by Bart De Strooper, 2018 prize winner EAN conference 2019, Oslo

The 5th congress of the European Academy of Neurology takes place in Oslo. During the Presidential Symposium on Sunday, 30 June 2019 at 10.00 you can hear Bart De Strooper, Leuven, Belgium – Brain Prize winner from 2018. The Brain Prize Lecture is called “The prodromal, cellular phase of Alzheimer’s Disease: towards a novel understanding …

Danskerne fik stjålet 14,2 mio kr. på deres netbank i 2018

Du har måske selv prøvet det. En mail fra, hvad der ligner, din bank, der beder dig om at logge ind på din netbank, så den lige kan ordne noget for dig. Eller et telefonisk opkald fra, hvad der tilsyneladende virker som en flink kundeservicemedarbejder… 

Things to do in the summer holidays 2018: UK family days out and the best fun activities for kids

Summer is in full swing, we’re in the middle of our annual heatwave and the kids are done with school until September. However for parents worldwide, that means finding new ways to keep them busy for the next few weeks. Finding new ideas for things to do with the kids can be tough, especially finding …

Mexico investigated after gay slur chanted during 2018 World Cup match against Germany – National

FIFA is looking into whether a soccer chant from Mexican fans is homophobic, after complaints following Mexico’s 1-0 win over Germany on Saturday. Mexican supporters in Russia chanted a slur while German goalie Manuel Neuer took a goal kick. READ MORE: FIFA World Cup 2018: From schedule to team favourites, here’s what to know The …

Who’s likely to win the 2018 World Cup? Artificial intelligence bots provide an answer – National

Over the years, a number of methods have been concocted for predicting the winner of the most widely-watched sporting event in the world – the World Cup. And this year is no different. While the task of making such predictions has often fallen to statisticians, sports pundits or clairvoyant animals, researchers at two European universities …

World Cup 2018: Scalpers still selling tickets despite crackdown in Russia – National

Scalpers are still operating at the World Cup, despite claims of a crackdown by FIFA and Russian organizers on illicit ticket sales. Sellers have been visible outside the main ticket office in Moscow, buying spare tickets from foreign fans and sell at inflated prices. READ MORE: Achilles the psychic cat picks Russia to win first …