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2014.06.17 | People

Morten Overgaard in The Annual Meeting of the New Champions in China

The European Research Council (ERC) and World Economic Forum have invited four young European neuro-scientists to present their work and thoughts at The Annual Meeting of the New Champions in China.

Chris and Uta Frith portrait by Danish painter Niels Corfitzen in 2008

2014.06.03 | Awards

Chris and Uta Frith Wins 2014 Jean-Nicod Prize

We are very happy to announce that Uta and Chris Frith have been awarded the Prix Jean Nicod 2014.

2014.06.03 | Research news

New article in PNAS

A group of scientists led by Professor Yury Shtyrov, Head of MEG/EEG at CFIN, have investigated how the brain processes different words.

2014.05.14 | People

Uta Frith elected member of EMBO

CFIN/MINDLab affiliated researcher and world renowned expert in autism and dyslexia, Professor Uta Frith has been elected new member of The European Molecular Biology Organization - EMBO.

2014.04.23 | Research news

Funding from the Lundbeck Foundation

3 CFIN researchers has been granted funding from the Lundbeck Foundation.

2014.04.11 | Research news

New article in PLOS ONE: Syncopated rhythm may influence our desire to dance to music

Rhythmic drum patterns with a balance of rhythmic predictability and complexity may influence our desire to dance and enjoy the music, according to a new study in the open-acces journal PLOS ONE.

2014.03.14 | Research news

New article in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London

Professor Morten Overgaard (CNRU/Aarhus University/Aalborg University) and collegue Professor Jesper Mogensen (Copenhagen University) have published a new article on the perception of consciousness awareness in the esteemed journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B

2014.03.12 | People

CFIN researchers on TV

CFIN researchers Peter Vuust (Music In the Brain), Mikkel Wallentin, and Morten Kringelbach participates in the TV program "Kan kunst måles?" at DRk

2014.02.11 | Awards

Sapere Aude Research Talent - Nina Kerting Iversen

CFIN researcher Nina Kerting Iversen participated in the annual EliteForsk event at Glyptoteket in Copenhagen to mark her Sapere Aude Research Talent award.

Niels Christian Hansen

2014.02.06 | Awards

EliteForsk Travel Scholarship - Niels Christian Hansen

CFIN / Music In the Brain researcher Niels Christian Hansen has just received the Ministry of Higher Education and Science's Travel Scholarship for DKK 300.000

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