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Ádám Dénes won the Talentum Prize

There are still many talented people today, and there are also a good number of successful ones, but far fewer have been awarded a Talent Award. However, Ádám Dénes is one of them, as he was one of the first winners of the National Academy of Sciences' Talentum Prize!

. . . and there is" the Weizmann"

There are many excellent research institutes around the world, with a glorious past and a bright present. Harvard and Caltech, Oxford and Cambridge compete to see who has more Nobel Prize winners. And there's "the Weizmann" in Rehovot, Israel.

The THAI mouse goes to the stock exchange

Hearing about the stock market can make a person think of many things but of mice the least. Such a rare case can only happen with a special mouse like the THAI mouse of our institute, so you might want to know the extraordinary story!

Microglia that even interferes with the cerebral circulation, too

The most is known about microglia in Ádám Dénes' group. Their most recent discovery is that microglia, in addition to nerve cells, can also establish direct contact with many cells in brain blood vessels and may be involved in regulating cerebral circulation!

Our special almond tree

We work at an internationally renowned neuroscience research institute, many of our staff are among the best in their field, so we always have something to write about. Yet, one of the March articles is always about a blossoming almond tree.

Invitation to microscopists from Pécs

We received an invitation to the "Super-resolution and Advanced Fluorescence Microscopy and István Ábrahám Memorial Workshop" from the Szentágothai János Research Centre of the University of Pécs

The IBRO Workshop was a great success!

The IBRO Workshop of the Hungarian Neuroscience Society is held every two years and always in January. The announcement of the 2022 workshop as a traditional conference, was a bold undertaking in 2021, but it found out a success!

Journey to the Calleja Islands

A new method, jointly developed by István Katona and György Keserű (ELRN, FNS), allows the measurement of the binding site of drugs on the surface of nerve cells with nanometre precision. The paper was published in Nature Communications.

Responsibility for the talent

It is a talented person, they used to say of outstanding talent, no matter what they are outstanding at. Anett Schwarcz Ph.D. student, is also talented, firstly because of her talent, but also because she won the Richter Gedeon Nyrt. Talent Scholarship.

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