Inauguration of the TNC

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After a welcome address by Prof. Dr. Thomas Gasser, co-initiator of the TNC, the Vice-President for Research and Innovation, Prof. Dr. Peter Grathwohl, presented the inauguration certificate on behalf of the President of the University of Tuebingen.

The official ceremony was followed by several insightful lectures, which informed the numerous guests about the perspectives of the neurosciences in Tuebingen. The TNC will connect the various research groups and institutions in the field of neuroscience in Tuebingen, will promote scientific cooperation and will facilitate internationalization as well as the recruitment of excellent scientists. Building on a long and successful tradition in the neurosciences, the TNC will secure and further develop Tuebingen’s position among the international leaders in this field.

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