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Apr 25, 2019

Intestinal organoid development mimics regeneration

Intestinal organoids are three-dimensional structures derived from a single intestinal stem cell. They are great tools for applications ranging from fundamental biology to personalized and regenerative medicine. However, despite their relevance in research, it is still unclear how a single cell can give rise to a fully formed organoid. In a study published in Nature, the group of Prisca Liberali discovered the molecular events that lead to symmetry breaking – the most crucial step in organoid development. Read more

Apr 23, 2019

Stressed, anxious? Ask the brain!

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Apr 17, 2019

Making room for genome regulation

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Apr 08, 2019

Interview with new group leader Guillaume Diss

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May 02, 2019. Time: 11:30  FMI Room 539  Add to my calendar  Register for this event

Computational Neuroscience Initiative Basel Workshop:
Spike-timing based neuronal processing: Applications to vision and speech

Robert Gütig, Charité - Universitätsmedizin, Berlin, Germany
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May 03, 2019. Time: 11:00  FMI Room 530  Add to my calendar  Register for this event

Computational Neuroscience Initiative Basel Scientific Talk:
Where and when is the next spike? Gradient learning in spiking-neurons

Robert Gütig, Charité - Universitätsmedizin, Berlin, Germany
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May 13, 2019. Time: 11:00  FMI Room 530  Add to my calendar  Register for this event

A novel paradigm for activity-dependent development of the visual system
Edward Ruthazer, Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI) and McGill University, Montreal, Canada

May 14, 2019. Time: 10:00  FMI Room 530  Add to my calendar  Register for this event

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Matthew Lorincz, UBC Vancouver

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Georg Keller (Neurobiology)

Prisca Liberali (Quantitative Biology)
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