Connecting Neuroscientists in Bonn

Connecting Neuroscientists in Bonn

Welcome

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

Welcome

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

BCN

Bonn Center of Neuroscience

Technologies

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Technologies

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Technologies

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

BCN

Bonn Center of Neuroscience

Current News

AG Bradke published a new paper in Neuron

Adult neurons of the central nervous system do not regenerate if they are damaged, for example following a spinal cord injury.

AG Bradke published a new paper in Neuron

Adult neurons of the central nervous system do not regenerate if they are damaged, for example following a spinal cord injury.

Current News

AG Bradke published a new paper in Neuron

Adult neurons of the central nervous system do not regenerate if they are damaged, for example following a spinal cord injury.

AG Bradke published a new paper in Neuron

Adult neurons of the central nervous system do not regenerate if they are damaged, for example following a spinal cord injury.