Warm or Cold?
12 Apr 2013
Brain slices of older tissues prepared with ice-cold (blue) and warm (red) preparation methods, as demonstrated by Shiwei Huang and Marylka Yoe Uusisaari in a paper in Frontiers in...
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8 Aug 2012
When you get a new pair of glasses, take up a musical instrument, or play a new sport, it feels awkward at first, but your muscles and brain soon adapt to integrate the new tools and movements...
Type: News Article
Dendritic spine
8 Aug 2012
A schematic showing how calcium can activate both the enzyme PKC and a feedback loop of other chemical processes within the spine that magnify and extend the calcium signal. PKC in turn causes...
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Gabriela Antunes
8 Aug 2012
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Erik De Schutter
8 Aug 2012
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28 Jun 2012
In a university so new that it was only officially inaugurated last year, finding a program that’s already in its ninth year is rare. One such program is the Okinawa Computational Neuroscience...
Type: News Article
28 Jun 2012
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18 May 2012
Hermina Nedelescu (Special Student Antwerp University working in the Computational Neuroscience Unit in May 2012) combines genetics, microscopy and computational anatomy to unravel the dense neuronal...
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17 Apr 2012
Watch the video. Prof....
Type: News Article
17 Feb 2012
There are more than 200 researchers at OIST coming from approximately 30 countries.  The OIST “scientific passport” podcasts highlight the interesting backgrounds and fascinating research that...
Type: Event Report
6 Feb 2012
Sungho Hong...
Type: News Article
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