Latest News: Neuroscience News

FENS statement on the attack on Ukraine

08 March 2022

The Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) stands in solidarity with the scientific community and all those who are suffering directly or indirectly from the attack on Ukraine. [...] Read More

The Brain Prize 2022 awarded to neuroscience pioneers who revolutionised understanding of neuronal cell types and circuits underlying movement

04 March 2022

FENS is delighted to announce the 2022 Brain Prize was awarded to an international group of three neuroscientists from Switzerland, Denmark and USA/New Zealand: Silvia Arber (CH), Ole Kiehn (DK) and Martyn Goulding (US/NZ). They have revealed the nervous system’s inner workings by mapping the neuronal cell types and circuits in the brain and spinal cord that control movement. [...] Read More

The winners of The Brain Prize 2022 will be announced on 3 March

25 February 2022

The Brain Prize is the world’s largest prize for brain research is awarded to one or more researchers who have made an unprecedented contribution to international brain research. The Lundbeck Foundation will be announcing the winners of the 2022 edition on 3 March 2022 at 4:00 pm CET. [...] Read More

EBRA releases Mapping Report

16 February 2022

The EU-funded European Brain Research Area project releases its long-awaited European Research Inventory and Mapping Report, providing insight into the brain research activities funded at the European level within the EU framework programmes [...] Read More