Advanced Neurobiology


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Produktnummer: 11368 ISBN: 9783868881103 Kategorien: , Schlüsselworte: , , , Zielgruppe: Biologen, Mediziner, Neurobiologen, Studenten, Wissenschaftler Autor:

The text consists of two parts, which have been written separately after many years. The first part and most recently written text gives conclusions regarding ‘Advanced Neurobiology’ under the heading “Overview” and is followed-up by a much longer reprinted report, which had been published twenty years ago already, in 1995, via the R&D Activities of the EUROPEAN COMMISSION under the title “Observing research trends in modern NEUROSCIENCES” (report nr. EUR 16656). It presents summary reports on numerous high-level scientific meetings freely organized by outstanding scientists in various countries of the EU in those years which need no corrections after all. In the years after his retirement from on 1996, the author was regularly invited to the yearly “Conferences of the NOBEL LAUREATES meet Students” at the City of Lindau in Southern-Germany [1], where he took up new knowledge which he discussed in his late publications [2], [3]. Some years later he wondered, whether one particular area of scientific knowledge shouldn’t merit more attention to be named ‘Advanced Neurobiology’, the topic of this report. Nobody pushed him ahead as in earlier times and he wrote it relaxed thanks to the positive stimuli of his wonderful wife suffering from a CVA experience in a Belgian clinic.

[1] Wolfgang Hebel: Nobel Laureates meet Students Lindau 1996-2005. On the edge of knowledge, German University Press, GUP, Baden-Baden 2008

[2] Wolfgang Hebel: The Mystery of Life. Does Science hold the Key, German University Press, GUP, Baden-Baden 2007

[3] Wolfgang Hebel: Cosmos and Life, Deutscher Wissenschafts-Verlag (DWV), Baden-Baden 2014 (The New Physics of Cosmic Red Shift – Life versus Entropy – Functional Physics of Life – Nobel Laureates at Lindau 2010)


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