Empowering the Future of Neuroscience

Empowering the Future of Neurosceince

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iBehave Network Joins Forces with DNO 2024 to Inspire Young Neuroscientists in Bonn

Date & Time: 2024.March.9 | 11:00
Location: MPINB, Ludwig-Erhard-Allee 2, 53175 Bonn

iBehave Network Joins Forces with DNO 2024 to Inspire Young Neuroscientists in Bonn

Date: March 09, 2024

The iBehave Network is delighted to announce its active participation and support for the Deutsche Neurowissenschaften Olympiade (DNO) held in Bonn on March 09, 2024 at Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology of Behavior. The DNO, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to fostering a passion for neuroscience among high school students through engaging competitions and educational activities.

For more information about the Deutsche Neurowissenschaften Olympiade (DNO), click here and for DNO Bonn details, click here.

Event Highlights

The DNO event was a vibrant celebration of neuroscience and education, uniting high school students from across the region to participate in various neuroscience challenges. The students' enthusiasm and knowledge were truly inspiring, reflecting their dedication and passion for science.

iBehave CADRE Team Celebrates Neuroscience and Education at DNO 2024

The iBehave CADRE (Collaborative Accelerator for Development and Research Engineering) Team, represented by Trace Robbins and Dr. Benjamin Escribano, participated enthusiastically in DNO 2024. The CADRE team's experience at DNO was particularly remarkable in their interactions with young students eager to explore 3D modeling for neuroscience advancement. The students' enthusiasm for learning was evident throughout the event. Witnessing the enthusiasm of young minds engaged in scientific exploration was truly inspiring.

We are particularly proud of our members, Monika Scholz and Jens Tillmann, who served as jury members for the neuroscience competition. Their exceptional work in evaluating the students' projects and providing valuable feedback and encouragement was greatly appreciated.

The event was a tremendous success, and the iBehave Network is honored to have been a part of it. We hope that the accompanying images offer a glimpse into the exciting and inspiring world of neuroscience and education.

We extend our heartfelt thanks to Julia Schlee from the Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology of Behavior and the entire DNO team in Bonn for the wonderful opportunity to be part of DNO 2024. This event allowed us to inspire young minds and showcase the innovative capabilities of our iBehave CADRE technology platform, including 3D printing of brain structures, experimental setups, and their diverse implications in neuroscience research.

Dr. Sarah Imtiaz
Scientific Coordinator of iBehave Network
Email: sarah.imtiaz@ukbonn.de or ibehave@uni-bonn.de