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imaging of the brain
Properties of human brain tissue change across the lifespan. In a recent research, ELSC scientist model these changes in the living human brain by quantitative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) measurements
המטרה – להבין כיצד המוח פועל ולהפיק מכך גם תובנות לתחומים אחרים
כך אמר פרופ' אילון ועדיה, ראש מרכז אמונד ולילי ספרא למדעי המוח באוניברסיטה העברית במפגש מועדון השבבים שעסק בסוגיה: שבבים קוגניטיביים וממשק מוח מכונה – מדע בדיוני או מציאות מתהווית
How do we we differ from Neanderthals, and why did we outlive extinct humanoid types?
The answer lies in changes in the way our genes work, Hebrew University and European scientists show in unique analysis with archaic humans
Yoram Gutfreund
November 27, 2014
On the topic of: “Mechanisms of information processing and learning in the central auditory system of the barn owl”
Heller Lecture - Prof. Patricia Churchland Smith
December 4, 2014
Patricia Smith Churchland
Exceptionally exceptional?:  How are humans different from other animals
December 14, 2014 - December 23, 2014
NEW INTENSIVE COURSE!!   Exceptionally exceptional?: How are humans different from other animalsand what has it got to do with the brain? Course Number: 76963  (One credit)   Dr.

Past Events

ELSC Seminar: Edi Barkai
November 13, 2014
On the topic of: “Learning-induced modulation of intrinsic neuronal excitability: mechanism and functional significance”
The Daniel Amit Lecture 2014-2015
November 6, 2014
Prof. Shaul Hochstein Department of Neurobiology and ELSC, The Hebrew University On the topic of: "The Attraction of Attractor Networks: a Tribute to Daniel Amit"

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