Report iBBA retreat 10th-11th October 2019

Report iBBA retreat 10th-11th October 2019 By: Berno Bucker, PhD (Programme manager IBBA) Amsterdam, October 18th 2019 The retreat of the institute of Brain and Behavior Amsterdam (iBBA) on the 10th and 11th of October 2019 at holiday resort Eigenwijze in Bant (NL) was a great success. With around 80 members we enjoyed two full days of symposia, talks, social activities, typical Dutch fo...
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IBBA PhD thesis print support fund

From June 17th 2019, iBBA starts to support iBBA PhD students with printing of their thesis with 250,- Euro. How it works: You have to be an IBBA memberYou are printing your PhD thesis bookletsPlace the iBBA logo on one of the first pages in your booklet (NOTE: NOT the mandatory and standard formatted 2 pages, but for example the page before or after these ones, see below)Once you have the ...
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Slides and summary – Open Science Symposium (June 7th)

On June 7th iBBA hosted a symposium on Open Science. The slides for all of the talks are now available here: https://figshare.com/collections/Open_Science_Symposium_June_7th_2019_Vrije_Universiteit_Amsterdam/4543967/1 In four different talks the speakers highlighted different aspects of Open Science. Barbara Braams started with an overview of what Open Science is. In her talk she expl...
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June 1st, iBBA Symposium: Your Brain on Sports

The institute for Brain and Behavior Amsterdam (iBBA) of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is organizing the symposium “Your brain on sports”, highlighting the latest findings in sport neuroscience. Speakers will cover the full range from scientist to practitioners to enlighten us whether neuroscience can help you perform better in sports. There will be presentations and a panel discussion, in w...
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