The Francis Crick Symposium–Transforming Neurosciences: Questions & Experiments was held recently, as one of Cold Spring Harbor Asia (CSH Asia) meetings. More than 10 top Chinese and foreign researchers, including Nobel Prize winners Edvard Moser and John O'Keefe, were present at the symposium.
 
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CSH Asia meeting in Suzhou showcases cutting-edge science and traditional culture
The Francis Crick Symposium–Transforming Neurosciences: Questions & Experiments was held in Suzhou from May 8 to 12, as one of Cold Spring Harbor Asia (CSH Asia) meetings. More than 10 top Chinese and foreign researchers, including Nobel Prize winners Edvard Moser and John O'Keefe, participated in a series of academic discussions. [MORE]
 
About CSHA
 
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CSHA propels Suzhou into global fame in life science circles
Cold Spring Harbor Asia (CSHA) conference was first held at the bank of the Dushu Lake in 2010. As the only overseas branch of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) headquartered in the United States, it carries on the tradition to provide a unique platform for the Asian and even global scientists and students to share the latest progress in scientific research. [MORE]
 
CULTURAL COLLISION
 
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Traditional culture vs. cutting-edge science
The Francis Crick Symposium–Transforming Neurosciences: Questions & Experiments was held recently, as one of the Cold Spring Harbor Asia (CSH Asia) meetings. More than 10 top Chinese and foreign researchers, including Nobel prize winners Edvard Moser and John O'Keefe, were present at the symposium. [MORE]
 
PICTURE WALL