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- Congrats to Matteo Manzati and Ali Hosseini! Their paper is out! out!.
- Michele Giugliano has been invited to the first online Marie-Curie Alumni Association meeting on Research and Democracy, to contribute to a debate entitled At the interface of AI, Neuroscience and Policy.
- We are very happy to announce that the joint work with L. Ballerini's lab has been published on Molecular Brain. Good job, Matteo Manzati!
- Congrats to Dr. Antonella Monaco. Her 2014 review paper on Carbon-based smart nanomaterials in biomedicine and neuroengineering, published in 2014 in Beilstein Journals of Nanotechnology, is in the third most accessed article (see here) of 2020!
Congrats Simone Frisari, @ManuelaSanto10, Matteo Manzati and Ali Hosseini @Sissaschool! A terrific collaboration with Prof. Mallamaci's team! https://t.co/Vn4R0j0eFp— Michele Giugliano (@meekeee) January 25, 2022
on Human Neuropathogenic FOXG1 Alleles.
Paper out in @PLOSCompBiol ! Congrats Christophe and Michael!! https://t.co/e1h0ToRRLj— Michele Giugliano (@meekeee) July 24, 2020
By simulating rat and human neuron models, we demonstrate that increasing the distance between the axonal site of AP initiation (#AIS) and the soma markedly expands neuronal "bandwidth".
Our work on ultramicroelectrodes is out (https://t.co/5vtIh5Z5HW), funded by our FP7 FET BRAINLEAP project (https://t.co/AiAlkYRaOJ) #neurotechnologies #neuroscience— Michele Giugliano (@meekeee) May 19, 2020
Congrats (@p2jones, Anastasiya Moskalyuk, Ramona Samba, and all the others).@AcademicChatter @fet_eu pic.twitter.com/4K5p97xbwf