Problem-solving governs how we process sensory stimuli
Exploring the sense of touch in mice, brain researchers from the University of Zurich demonstrate that the transmission of sensory information from one cortical area to connected areas depends on the specific task to solve and the goal-directed behavior.
This work was supported by SystemsX.ch (RTD Project Neurochoice).
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All SystemsX.ch Day 2013
Over 200 scientists from various disciplines and industry partners from SystemsX.ch took part in the All SystemsX.ch Day on May 13, 2013 at the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern. The participants took the opportunity to learn about the development and current research projects of the network organization and to exchange knowledge. SystemsX.ch's new RTD and Transfer Projects stood at the centre of the event.
46 new project proposals submitted
With its 7th call SystemsX.ch invited research proposals for Interdisciplinary PhD Projects (IPhDs) and Transition Postdoc Fellowships (TPdFs). 18 IPhD and 28 TPdF proposals were submitted in total. With these two categories SystemsX.ch specifically wants to promote young scientists and help form the next generation of systems biologists. more »
All SystemsX.ch Day 2013: New Registration Deadline
The All SystemsX.ch Day 2013 takes place May 13 at the “Zentrum Paul Klee” in Bern. The one-day event offers participants an ideal platform to share knowledge and to learn about the current activities of the network organization SystemsX.ch. Furthermore, the conference aims to enable new partners and scientists to make contacts and to lay foundations for new research collaborations. Registration deadline is April 17, 2013.
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