Highlights 20th ZNZ Symposium

October 1, 2017

More than 300 researchers participated in the annual ZNZ Symposium on 14 Sept. 2017 and discussed their current research projects in 90 poster presentations. Prof. Olaf [...]

ZNZ PhD Retreat 2017

July 2, 2017

The 19th ZNZ PhD Retreat at the clinic Valens aimed at stimulating exchange between science and the clinic. Part of the program was dedicated to Prof. Jürg Kesselring’s [...]

Don’t miss the ZNZ Symposium 2017!

July 2, 2017

Join the ZNZ Annual Symposium on September 14, 2017. The program is again packed with interesting topics: Prof. Olaf Sporns will talk about connectomics, Prof. Gabor Halmagyi [...]

Renewed Partnership

July 2, 2017

On 29 May 2017, Suzanne Fortier, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of McGill University, Michael Hengartner, President of the University of Zurich and Anna Christina Nobre, Head [...]

BrainFair 2017

April 2, 2017

Fascination for the brain was the theme of this year’s BrainFair. The varied program, with lectures, discussion platforms and an open day at multiple locations, attracted [...]

HiFo Symposium

December 9, 2016

The Brain Research Institute (HiFo) has organized a symposium to welcome its two new Assistant Professors. Members of the Swiss neuroscience community gathered to get to know [...]

Join the ZNZ Symposium 2016!

September 10, 2016

Don’t miss the ZNZ Annual Symposium September 15, 2016. With the Volker-Henn Lecture by Prof. Botond Roska of the Friedrich Miescher Institute Basel, the Koetser Lecture by [...]

ZNZ PhD Retreat – World Café Tables

June 7, 2016

Why is there no cure for most neurodegenerative diseases and how can we improve behavioral data reproducibility? These and other questions were explored in the World Café [...]

Zurich meets London

March 2, 2016

Experts from the University College London and the ZNZ will present and discuss their pioneering work at the event entitled “Neuroscience – Novel Approaches to [...]

Brain Fair 2016 – Motion and the brain

March 2, 2016

This year’s BrainFair starts from the surprising premise of Cambridge neuroscientist Daniel Wolpert who says that the brain evolved, not to think or feel, but to control [...]
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