Neuroscience News

02/25/2009

Yale Researchers Find New Piece in Alzheimer's Puzzle

Yale researchers have filled in a missing gap on the molecular road map of Alzheimer's disease.

02/05/2009

UCSB Scientists Make Headway in Understanding Alzheimer's Disease

Scientists at UC Santa Barbara have discovered that a protein called BAG2 is important for understanding Alzheimer's disease.

11/12/2008

President Bush Honors U.S. Recipients of the 2008 Kavli Prize

President George W. Bush and his Science Advisor, Dr. John Marburger honored the first U.S. recipients of the Kavli Prize.

11/11/2008

Light Triggers a New Code for Brain Cells
Brain cells can adopt a new chemical code in response to cues from the outside world, scientists working with tadpoles at the University of California, San Diego report.

10/17/2008

European Research Council Supports NTNU Kavli Institute Research Into Higher Brain Functions

KISN at NTNU has been awarded a grant of NOK 20 million (over 3 million US) from the European Research Council (ERC).

09/22/2008

Fernström Prize to Norwegian Research Couple

Edvard and May-Britt Moser share the Erik K Fernström Foundation's Nordic prize of SEK 1 million. 

09/09/2008

Inaugural Kavli Laureates Honored In Oslo Ceremony

In a ceremony at Oslo Concert Hall, seven pioneering researchers were honored as the first Kavli Prize laureates.

08/26/2008

Inaugural Kavli Prize Ceremony and Symposia: September 8-11
The inaugural year of The Kavli Prize will be celebrated in Norway with a special ceremony that features H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon Magnus presenting the prize to the seven Kavli laureates.

08/11/2008

Researchers Discover Tiny Cellular Antennae Trigger Neural Stem Cells

The tiny cilia found on brain cells of mammals, thought to be vestiges of a primeval past, may actually play a critical role in relaying molecular signals that spur creation of neurons.

03/19/2008

Taking the Conversation Inside: Enhancing Signals In Cell Interior

Scientists used to think most of the exchange of information between cells was conducted at the surface.

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