We had an amazing time at our Lab Retreat and are extremely grateful to have had fantastic guests with us. A special thanks goes to Howard Eichenbaum who visited our group and shared inspiring insights into how temporal and spatial information is combined into memories and how conceptual knowledge might be processed by the brain.
Renowned Nijmegen- and Berlin-based visual artist Seet van Hout is joining the Donders Institute this autumn as artist-in-residence. For six weeks, Seet will work on art that is inspired by, and depicts, the human nervous system and, especially, deals with human memory.
Expositions and talks will be held throughout this period. Everyone is invited to experience the point of contact between art and neuroscience.
Students of the Arnhem International School (age 5-9) paid a visit to the Donders Institute. Here, the children experienced what you can learn about the brain with simple and fun experiments organized by our group. Such events bring the brain sciences closer to people and their lives.