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  1. Champalimaud Neuroscience Symposium


    Over 400 neuroscientists from around the world gathered in Lisbon for the inaugural “Champalimaud Neuroscience Symposium.” This high-level scientific meeting took place at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, home of the Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme.
    The symposium began on September 18th as a packed auditorium heard a lecture given by the world-renowned neuroscientist and member of the Champalimaud Foundation’s general Council, António Damásio who marked the beginning of the symposium’s scientific content which included presentations by 27 invited speakers.


  2. Auditory Fear Learning Requires Auditory Pathways to the Amygdala


    Raquel Antunes and Marta Moita published a paper in The Journal of Neuroscience, where their findings suggest that the lemniscal pathway is important for discriminative learning, whereas the nonlemniscal is important for negatively regulating fear responses.


  3. CNP and Human Brain Project


    Um cérebro humano artificial poderá ser construído dentro de dez anos, abrindo portas à compreensão do seu funcionamento e ao diagnóstico e tratamento de demências, segundo um projeto internacional hoje apresentado na Fundação Champalimaud, em Lisboa.


  4. The Centre for the Unknown: Opening


    Tuesday, October 5th, saw the inauguration of the Foundation’s new state-of-the-art medical research centre in Portugal.


  5. Visita guiada ao Centro de Investigação da Fundação Champalimaud


    A 5 de outubro inaugura-se o Centro de Investigação da Fundação Champalimaud. Visita guiada a um local de excelência que colocará Portugal no mapa mundi da pesquisa e tratamento do cancro.


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