Have a drink and chat about neuroscience

Last year six ZNZ Ph.D. students started their own seminar series called “ZNZ Science and Drinks”. This initiative aims to foster connections among ZNZ students while [...]

June 6, 2023

Konrad Akert Lecture 2023

The 3rd Konrad Akert lecture will be held by Li-Huei Tsai from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Li-Huei is an outstanding scientist who made a number of seminal [...]

March 1, 2023

BrainFair Zurich 2023 on learning

How does the brain learn? What is the role of genetic factors, the environment, and personal experiences? Which connections of our neural network are enforced during [...]

March 1, 2023

Large Scale Projects at ZNZ Symposium

The Annual Symposium on 16 September 2022 counted 270 visitors and featured 103 posters, a variety of talks by new members and plenary lectures by Guy Rouleau and Beth [...]

November 12, 2022

Really? And What Now?

Unfortunately, sexist comments appear regularly in female PhD candidates’ careers. Even if women react to them differently, they share the similar experiences of [...]

November 11, 2022

BrainFair 2022 on Brain Injury

The 25th edition of the BrainFair was dedicated to treatments for brain injuries. In four discussion panels, the speakers covered a wide variety of perspectives on the topic: [...]

June 8, 2022

When the Brain is Hurt

The BrainFair 22 is devoted to the topic of Brain Injuries. In four panel discussions and a series of short lectures, experts will look at brain injuries, their consequences [...]

February 4, 2022

Vector Computation in the Fly Brain

Many neuroscientists enjoyed the ZNZ Symposium 2021 on 16 Septemberin-person again after last year’s online version. More than 380 visitors followed a diverse program with [...]

October 8, 2021

Documentary Starring Lutz Jäncke

Last month, a new documentary about fear has started in Zurich cinemas. Amongst several experts from neuroscience, psychology and politics, Lutz Jäncke explains the [...]

June 1, 2021

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