This summer, the MBExC will again be present at several public events to engage and inspire people about its pioneering heart and brain research. June , 10-12, 2022: Tag der Niedersachsen (Hannover) The MBExC will present several exhibits to to present its fascinating multiscale heart & brain research and
Over the next 12 months, the MBExC will be present at Göttingen, Wilhelmsplatz with a series of six beautifully illustrated and illuminated City Light posters to engage and inspire people about the pioneering heart and brain research and the amazing scientists at the MBExC. This poster series is accompanied by
In the 19th episode of the series “Lautstark, der Talk rund ums Hören” of the German Cochlear Implant Society (Deutsche Cochlea Implantat Gesellschaft e.V.), Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser, speaker of the MBExC, explains vividly how optogenetics can restore lost hearing function. The round table is simultaneously translated into written text.
On the World Hearing Day, Prof. Dr. Dirk Beutner from the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, UMG Göttingen and Dr. Marcus Jeschke from the Cognitive Hearing in Primates group at the German Primate Center and UMG are talking about hearing at the Stadtradio Göttingen broadcast “Mittendrin”, organized by the MBExC in collaboration
The exhibition “Sinneswelten” provides special insights into the wonderful world of senses at the cellular level of sensory cells and neurons from an artistic perspective. The displayed images are results of the daily work of the scientists at the Collaborative Research Center 889 (CRC889). They have been acquired with different
Communicating scientific findings to the local, regional, national, and international public, and raising awareness about integrative research and topics of MBExC is of major importance for us and society. Here we engage in dialogue with the public promoting interest and confidence in science. In June 2019 the MBExC presented selected