Harvard University - Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology

MCB NEWS TAG: 'FLORIAN ENGERT'

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Florian Engert Featured in Smithsonian Magazine - July 3, 2015
Florian Engert Featured in Smithsonian Magazine; https://goo.gl/GT6yjR
MCB Faculty Receive Grant Funding through BRAIN Initiative - Oct. 2, 2014
MCB faculty receive funding through BRAIN (Brain Research through Advancing ...
Larval Zebrafish on Speed [Engert Lab] - July 24, 2014
When we decide to go down the corridor and get ...
Transparent Thoughts [Engert Lab] - March 19, 2014
How do brains process sensory input and use these to ...
Nature Video Feature [Engert Lab] - Jan. 25, 2013
MCB News Tags:  2013, Florian Engert, Nature, video
Fish in the Matrix: Motor Learning in a Virtual World - May 11, 2012
There are two fundamentally different forms of sensory information that ...
MCB Faculty Florian Engert and Sharad Ramanathan Receive 2011 NIH Director's Pioneer Awards - Sept. 20, 2011
Two MCB faculty members, Engert and Sharad Ramanathan, are recipients ...
Optogenetics in India - Sept. 1, 2009
As a part of the Harvard-Bangalore Science Initiative (HSBI), Prof ...
Florian Engert Receives Tenure - Sept. 1, 2009
Neurobiologist Florian Engert has been promoted to become a tenured ...
MCB News Tags:  2009, Florian Engert
Visual Space within a Dendrite - March 25, 2009
More than a century ago, famous neuroanatomist and histologist Ramon ...
Engineering Binocularity in the Zebrafish Brain - Sept. 9, 2008
A major outstanding question in neurobiology is how the brain ...
Small but Mighty - April 3, 2008
In a behaving animal, the brain processes information from sensory ...
Florian Engert Receives a 2006 McKnight Scholar Award - May 31, 2006
Florian Engert, Assistant Professor in the Department of Molecular and ...
Florian Engert's Zebra Fish School - April 18, 2006
Tadpoles don’t behave, but zebra fish do, and that ...
MCB News Tags:  2006, Florian Engert
Correlated Neural Activity Dictates Changes in Visual Information Processing - April 5, 2006
Although it is generally agreed that neural activity plays an ...