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Gut Microbiome: We Are Not Alone

Meeri Kim

Gut Microbiome: We Are Not Alone

A community of microorganisms is living in our gut and plays an important role for our health.

Neurowissenschaften: Bottom-up und Top-down treffen sich in der Mitte

Ben Skuse

Neurowissenschaften: Bottom-up und Top-down treffen sich in der Mitte

Das Gehirn stand im Mittelpunkt des Gesprächs zwischen Edvard I. Moser und Erwin Neher während #LINOSD.

Neuroscience: Meeting in the Middle

Ben Skuse

Neuroscience: Meeting in the Middle

Edvard Moser and Erwin Neher chat about their respective top-down and bottom-up approaches to understanding the brain, and how they envisage the next generation of interdisciplinary scientists marrying the two.

Free Will: all in our Heads?

Neysan Donnelly

Free Will: all in our Heads?

Can studying brain activity tell us more about free will?

Women in Research at #LINO18: Amy Shepherd from New Zealand

Ulrike Böhm

Women in Research at #LINO18: Amy Shepherd from New Zealand

Interview series with #LINO18 young scientists

Artificial intelligence and neurorobotics

Stephanie Hanel

Artificial intelligence and neurorobotics

Neuroscience and the humanoid robot of the futureNeuroscience and the humanoid robot of the future

Emily Dunne

Neurosciences: Bringing the TReND to Africa

The Lindau-alumni founded NGO TReND in Africa is dedicated to improve research conditions on the continent.

Stefano Sandrone

Erwin Neher: The Fascination of How Things Work

Guestblogger and young neuroscientist Stefano Sandrone talked with Erwin Neher about dreams, the exploration of his childhood garden and winning the Nobel Prize.

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Faces – Young Scientist Profile: Stefano Sandrone

In the first issue of “Faces” we introduce Italian Neuroscientist Stefano Sandrone.

Alexander Bastidas Fry

The future of biomedicine is in neuroscience?

The impact of chemistry and physics to biomedicine apparently has its future in neuroscience according to Erwin Neher. The entire panel discussed various topics (you can read about some of the highlights here), but for me Neher dominated the conversation with his visions of the brain. Erwin Neher (who moved from physics to neuroscience during his […]