Date: March 04, 2023
Deutsche Neurowissenschaften Olympiade (DNO) is a non-profit organization that provides neuroscience competitions and educational activities to high school students. The iBehave network is happy to announce that they will be participating and supporting DNO in Bonn on 04 March 2023. iBehave members, including Ilona Grunwald Kadow, Pascal Malkemper, and Sabbine Krabbe, will be jury members for the Neuroscience Competition. Additionally, several PhD students from iBehave, such as Kim-Lara Weiß, Julian Pakos, Laura Asché, and Yujie Wang, will present posters at the NeuroExpo session.
Please take a look at the DNO event program below and join us in supporting this fantastic initiative!
Click here to learn more about Deutsche Neurowissenschaften Olympiade (DNO) (https://neurowissenschaften-olympiade.de/) and DNO Bonn (https://neurowissenschaften-olympiade.de/locations/dno-bonn/).
Event update and pictures
The event was a true celebration of neuroscience and education, with high school students from across the region competing in a series of neuroscience challenges and educational activities. The students showed incredible knowledge and enthusiasm for the subject, and it was inspiring to see so many young minds engaged in science.
We are particularly excited to see our own members, Ilona Grunwald Kadow, Pascal Malkemper, and Sabbine Krabbe, serving as jury members for the neuroscience competition. They did an outstanding job evaluating the students' projects and providing feedback and encouragement. The quality of the posters presented by PhD students Kim-Lara Weiß, Julian Pakos, Laura Asché, and Yujie Wang was impressive. They showcased their research in a clear and engaging manner, and it was great to see them sharing their knowledge with the community.
The DNO event was a huge success, and iBehave Network is happy to be part of it. I hope these images give you a glimpse into the exciting and inspiring world of neuroscience and education.