Posted: 21 September 2020 Continue reading Paid participation in VR study near U3 Breitenbachplatz (Berlin)
How do art and neuroscience connect? Continue reading At the EDGE of Neuroscience and Art
Sunday, 26 January: come by Kunstquartier Bethanian: Studio 1 (Mariannenpl. 2, 10997 Berlin) at 13:00 and for a tale of brains and beats. The event, a part of the CTM Festival Research Networking day, is free and open to the public. Steve Garafano is a neuroscience researcher and musician who recently completed his Master’s thesis at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain with Drs. … Continue reading Sun, 26.01.2020, 13:00: Steve Garofano on polyrhythms, music and the brain at CTM
Perhaps when you imagine a mathematics PhD student, the picture in your mind is different from when you imagine a DJ. Alma Lindborg is both. Continue reading This DJ is getting a PhD in her spare time
Ioana’s squash soup will keep you warm and healthy in the winter! Continue reading Recipe: Ioana’s Squash Soup
We are looking for enthusiastic participants to join an EEG experiment about multisensory perception at St. Hedwig Hospital in Mitte! Continue reading [CLOSED] One 4-4,5h EEG session at St. Hedwig Hospital in Mitte, 10€ per hour.
Sometimes work follows you home. Sometimes it follows you to the bar. Continue reading Blurred lines between work and life
After earning my MedNeuro PhD in 2017, I decided to go a different path than anyone I knew. So it was clear I needed to make new contacts Continue reading 10 Facts About Networking for Scientists
by Zara Khan MSc Student, Charité MedNeuro Those with a story-telling flair can keep one indulged for hours. Others that present educational or scientific content keep you intellectually engaged and listening to them are by no means a passive activity. If the podcast’s host has a dulcet tone and knows how to keep things moving, even stuff that you probably couldn’t care less about will … Continue reading Neuroscience Podcasts to Seriously Send Those Brain Cells Firing
In the study of human development, there once was a time where when a prickly ethical issue turned into science at its best… only to become a moral conundrum once again. Continue reading The Longest Two Weeks in the World: When Do We Limit Human Embryonic Research?