An Interview with Talia Tron (Granot), doctoral student
Talia Tron (Granot) tells about her research at ELSC
Spatial Generalization in operant learning:  Lessons from professional Basketball
The authors analyzed spatial parameters of almost 760 thousand throws in a single-square-foot resolution. They wanted to understand how an outcome of a throw from a certain location affects the chance of throwing from all other locations.
A joint  seminar of the Max Planck-Hebrew University
On November  26th,  a  joint  seminar of the Max Planck-Hebrew University Center for Brain Research and Max Planck Germany took place at the  Edmond J. Safra Campus of the University. Participants on the Israeli side were Profs.
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
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
Prof. Sompolinsky elected as a member of EMBO
elected from a special list of the most eminent scientists in the areas of Neuroscience and Ecology & Evolution on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of EMBO.
Recor's prize to ELSC studnet
Rector's prize was awarded to ELSC student, Pnina Rapel on ceremony took place on February 24, 2014.
Die besten Köpfe - The best minds
Israelische und deutsche Forscher stellten Ergebnisse aus der Hirnforschung vor
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בימים אלו נמצאות בעיצומן עבודות החפירה והדיפון בפרויקט הביצוע של הקמת המרכז למדעי המוח של האוניברסטיה העברית בקמפוס גבעת רם. עד כה הוצאו כ-50 אלף קוב עפר משטח העבודה.
Haim Sompolinsky
Professors Larry Abbott and Haim Sompolinsky Awarded 1st International Mathematical Neuroscience Award for Outstanding Work in Brain Modeling