British scientists win the world’s largest prize for neuroscience

E-Mail this post to your friends March 1, 2016 Next week three neuroscientists will be awarded the world’s most valuable prize for brain research. The Brain Prize, awarded by the Grete Lundbeck European Brain Research Foundation in Denmark, which is regarded as the equivalent of the Nobel Prize for neuroscientists, is worth one million Euros. Awarded annually, it recognises one or more scientists who have distinguished themselves by an outstanding contribution to neuroscience with the world’s most valuable prize for neuroscience. This will be the first time that British scientists have won the prize. Journalists came to the SMC to meet the winners, who discussed their reaction to the prize and their work on research into memory. Speakers: Prof. Tim Bliss, visiting Professor, Francis Crick Institute Prof. Richard Morris, Professor…


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