Director of the Donders Institute Guillén Fernández
Director of the Donders Institute Guillén Fernández
Roshan Cools, the 'new' neuroscientist
Roshan Cools, the 'new' neuroscientist
Harold Bekkering: 'How do we make sense of the super-abundant signals we receive?'
Harold Bekkering: 'How do we make sense of the super-abundant signals we receive?'
Pieter Medendorp: 'Our brains prepare every movement in an ingenious way'
Pieter Medendorp: 'Our brains prepare every movement in an ingenious way'

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Radboud Science Day - Save the Date!

13 April 2015, 08:30 - 18:00h / RadboudUMC, tuinzaal, route 706
Attend inspiring lectures, meet colleagues from other research themes and take the chance to present your
own research. The Radboud Science Days (pdf, 24 kB) are organized yearly by the Radboud Institute for Health Sciences, Donders Centre for Neurosciences and the Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences. A keynote lecture will be given by Dick Swaab (Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, Amsterdam) on "Brain and Music". In a College Tour-like setting, there will be ample time for questions and discussion with this prominent scientist. You can register for this day for free on this website

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At Donders Wonders, a team of enthusiastic PhD students and postdocs of the Donders Institute blog about their research and fascination for science.