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NeuronicKTH Jan 16
Well done Nicole on your final presentation!
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NeuronicKTH Jan 14
Replying to @MBPanzerLab
Nice and welcome! We can now aim to make trending on Twitter!
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NeuronicKTH Jan 11
It's time to say goodbye to our dear . But be aware: "[...] The end is where we start from". Enjoy your well-deserved time off and good luck on your american adventure !
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NeuronicKTH Dec 20
Happy holidays from Neuronic!
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NeuronicKTH Dec 13
Hi! You can contact if you want more info : )
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NeuronicKTH Dec 13
Happy day! In the morning darkness, we received the visit of a school choir which definitely brought in some light!
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NeuronicKTH Dec 11
Congratulations Reza on winning the 3rd place prize at this year poster competition!
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NeuronicKTH Dec 11
Neuronics' PhD students are presenting their posters at the traditional XMAS poster competition at MTH department !
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NeuronicKTH Dec 10
Today the students of our course "Biomechanics and Neuronics" presented their group projects on concussions. Congrats to the winners of the "best presentation" prize!
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NeuronicKTH Dec 4
Congrats to our colleague from the , , on a successful thesis defence where Svein served as external commitee member.
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NeuronicKTH Dec 2
Today presented our work done in collaboration with Marzieh Saeedimasine and Alessandra Villa on "Axolemma vulnerability in axonal injury" ()!
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NeuronicKTH Nov 27
The MakerSpace is up and running! With this facility students will be able to develop prototypes and, who knows, maybe build their dream...
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NeuronicKTH Nov 22
The outcome of the debate? A good injury criteria should be easy to implement but still related and be able to represent the complexity of real life injuries! Thanks to , Olli, Svein, Magnus, Bengt, and all the audience for making it so insightful!
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NeuronicKTH Nov 22
Prof. Bengt Pipkorn () has now updated us about the work done as a part of the project about "Identification and Prediction of injuries with long term consequences "
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NeuronicKTH Nov 22
Prof Olli Tenovuo has given us a broad clinical perspective on the difficulties behind clinical evaluation of TBIs. Followingly, presented her latest work on subject-specific head modelling.
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NeuronicKTH Nov 22
And now giving an inspiring Keynote about multiscale aspects of TBI.
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NeuronicKTH Nov 22
Prof. Bengt Pipkorn (,) kickstarts our BioMEx workshop om !
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NeuronicKTH Nov 21
As per tradition: Dr Zhou has just hung his symbolic puppet under the umbrella: on a boat (舟)!
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NeuronicKTH Nov 21
... And now the opposition by prof. Meaney ()! A very interesting discussion on brain injury predictability is going on!
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NeuronicKTH Nov 21
Here rocking an explanation of the two head model validation approaches used in his thesis... showing NDT clusters artifacts!
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