Tag: Stanford Neurosciences Institute

New Stanford ChEM-H and Neurosciences Buildings dedicated

by Alex Harvison on February 19, 2020 3:02 pm
On Feb. 11, Stanford ChEM-H and Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute hosted a scientific symposium, CONNECT, to celebrate the official dedication of the new ChEM-H and Neurosciences Buildings. More than 300 faculty and students attended, representing departments in engineering, medicine and the sciences. The buildings, located at 290 Jane Stanford Way, are strategically juxtaposed, yet interconnected… Read more New Stanford ChEM-H and Neurosciences Buildings dedicated
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First came the burritos, then the brains, for students interested in the neurosciences

by Nathan Collins on October 9, 2018 2:27 pm
First came the burritos, then the brains. Somewhere in between, more than 50 undergraduates who showed up for the Stanford Undergraduate Neuroscience Society’s “Brains and Burritos” heard from researchers and mingled with others curious about brain science. PANOS VANDRIS, a sophomore studying biology and comparative literature and an organizer of the event, said the organization… Read more First came the burritos, then the brains, for students interested in the neurosciences
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'Topping out' new life sciences building

by Nathan Collins on December 12, 2017 4:15 pm
A new home for interdisciplinary life sciences at Stanford, set to open in mid-2019, reached an important milestone on Friday when workers put the building’s highest steel beam in place, an event known as “topping out.” Located just across campus drive from the James H. Clark Center, home to Stanford Bio-X, the new facility will… Read more 'Topping out' new life sciences building
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Stanford Neurosciences Institute awards seed grants

by Nathan Collins on October 5, 2017 4:26 pm
The STANFORD NEUROSCIENCES INSTITUTE recently awarded its second round of seed grants to six interdisciplinary teams of researchers. Those six grants will go to small teams of researchers who come from different departments or approach their topics using distinct methods or points of view. This round’s recipients include researchers working on cognitive aging, treatments for… Read more Stanford Neurosciences Institute awards seed grants