Art of Neuroscience 2016
…a selection...
Talking neurons (1)
Danial Arabali - German Primate Center, Göttingen, Germany
The creation of Adam
Bárbara Beatriz Báez - IMMF-CONICET-UNC, Córdoba, Argentina
Reef of degeneration
Melinda Barkhuizen - University of Maastricht, Maastricht, the Netherlands
A gem in a neuron
Mark Verheijen - University Medical Center, Utrecht, the Netherlands
A sky full of astrocytes
Alinda Fernandes - Keele University, UK
The dynamic neuron
Myrrhe van Spronsen – Yale, USA
Four Seasons of Purkinje
Karina Barreiro - University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
Everything is connected_connectome in nature
Alicja Bińkowska - University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw, Pola...
Roots and branches of our minds
Heather Bondi - University of Insubria, Italy
Morning to Evening
Julia Buntaine - SciArt Global, Inc.
Hidden Landscape (timeless)
Michele Colombo - Neth. Inst. for Neurosience, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Moments meant to pass
Luke Maninov Hammond – Queensland Brain Inst, Australia
A river of memories
Gabriele Deidda - Cardiff University, UK
Deep Space Brain Organoid
Renata Vieira de Sá & Mark Verheijen
Univ Medical Center, Utrecht, the Netherlands
The mutual wave machine (WINNER)
Suzanne Dikker & Matthias Oostrik - Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Hand Embroidered Purkinje Cell
Stephanie Bowen
600 km of blood-brain barrier vessels
Pieter Gaillard - BBB Medicines BV
Bridges
Gabriel Girard - University of Sherbrooke, Canada
Trying to reach you
Lucas Sosa – UNC, Argentina
The shape of past and future
Alexandros Goulas – UKE, Hamburg, Germany
‘round the connectome in eighty seconds.
Katja Heuer - MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany
Robert...
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AoN 2016 Part 1

  1. 1. Art of Neuroscience 2016 …a selection...
  2. 2. Talking neurons (1) Danial Arabali - German Primate Center, Göttingen, Germany
  3. 3. The creation of Adam Bárbara Beatriz Báez - IMMF-CONICET-UNC, Córdoba, Argentina
  4. 4. Reef of degeneration Melinda Barkhuizen - University of Maastricht, Maastricht, the Netherlands
  5. 5. A gem in a neuron Mark Verheijen - University Medical Center, Utrecht, the Netherlands
  6. 6. A sky full of astrocytes Alinda Fernandes - Keele University, UK
  7. 7. The dynamic neuron Myrrhe van Spronsen – Yale, USA
  8. 8. Four Seasons of Purkinje Karina Barreiro - University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
  9. 9. Everything is connected_connectome in nature Alicja Bińkowska - University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw, Poland Piotr Kierat - Independent photographer, Poland
  10. 10. Roots and branches of our minds Heather Bondi - University of Insubria, Italy
  11. 11. Morning to Evening Julia Buntaine - SciArt Global, Inc.
  12. 12. Hidden Landscape (timeless) Michele Colombo - Neth. Inst. for Neurosience, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  13. 13. Moments meant to pass Luke Maninov Hammond – Queensland Brain Inst, Australia
  14. 14. A river of memories Gabriele Deidda - Cardiff University, UK
  15. 15. Deep Space Brain Organoid Renata Vieira de Sá & Mark Verheijen Univ Medical Center, Utrecht, the Netherlands
  16. 16. The mutual wave machine (WINNER) Suzanne Dikker & Matthias Oostrik - Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands
  17. 17. Hand Embroidered Purkinje Cell Stephanie Bowen
  18. 18. 600 km of blood-brain barrier vessels Pieter Gaillard - BBB Medicines BV
  19. 19. Bridges Gabriel Girard - University of Sherbrooke, Canada
  20. 20. Trying to reach you Lucas Sosa – UNC, Argentina
  21. 21. The shape of past and future Alexandros Goulas – UKE, Hamburg, Germany
  22. 22. ‘round the connectome in eighty seconds. Katja Heuer - MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany Roberto Toro - Institut Pasteur, Paris, France

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