News & Events
Center for Neural Engineering and Computation Seminar Series presents a talk by Jonathan Viventi, "High-Resolution Brain Machine Interfaces Using Flexible Silicon Electronics," 12/2/13.
In Memorium: Fred Kavli, founder and chairmain of The Kavli Foundation.
Ellen Peck, graduate student in Dan Salzman's laboratory, will defend her thesis on Friday 11/22, 2pm, Hellman Auditorium.
Eric Kandel, Scott Small, and Elias Pavlopoulos will participate in a live webcast to discuss their recent work on age-related memory loss, Nov. 6, 3:30-4:00p EST, sponsored by the Kavli Foundation.
Three KIBS Investigators - Vince Ferrera, René Hen, and Tom Jessell - were awarded NIH research grants.
KIBS Investigator Wei Min and colleagues develop an imaging technique allowing for visualization of exactly where and when proteins are synthesized in living cells.
KIBS Investigator Larry Abbott, and Haim Sompolinsky, awarded one of the 1st Annual Mathematical Neuroscience Prizes by Israel Brain Technologies (IBT)
KIBS Investigator Larry Abbott awarded one of the 1st Annual Mathematical Neuroscience Prizes by Israel Brain Technologies (IBT).
The New York Academy of Sciences and the Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical research present a free scintific symposium, 'Understanding Somatosensation and Pain,' honoring Dr. David Julius, on Thursday, September 19, 2013, at the New York Public Library.
Call for nominations for the 2014 Kavli Prize by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
A major cause of age-related memory loss identified through a collaboration between the KIBS labs of Eric Kandel and Scott Small, published in Science Translational Medicine.