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27th January 2020: New Year's Reception for Tübingen's Neuroscientists

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The TNC and the Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research invited on Monday 27th January 2020, 6pm Tübingen neuroscientists and their friends to a New Year's Reception in the building of the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) on the Schnarrenberg Campus (Otfried-Müller-Str. 23).

After a Welcome by Prof. Dr. Thomas Gasser, he talked about the Future Plans for the TNC and the Hertie Institute, followed by Prof. Dr. Thomas Euler, who talked about the new structure of the CIN, Prof. Dr. Philipp Berens, who showed new developments in the CyberValley, Machine Learning & the Computational Neuroscience, and finally PD Dr. Marc Himmelbach, who gave an overview of the GTC and its plans for 2020.

During the Get Together afterwards with snacks and drinks, existing ties could be strengthened and new bonds were formed to further create an exciting Neuroscience environment in Tübingen.

 

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