The first Hungarian Neuroscience Doctoral Conference was organized in Budapest, with the active participation of our lab: Kati Sviatkó gave a poster presentation : An open source toolkit for combining neurophysiology and rodent behavior Katalin Sviatkó, Panna Hegedüs, Tamás Laszlovszky, Nicola Solari, Joshua I Sanders, Balázs Hangya Neurons in the brain communicate with action potentials…
We were hosting a Microdrive Building Workshop for students from Hungarian labs as well as visitors from the Hromadka-lab, Bratislava! Students learned about tetrode recordings, silicon probes, optogenetics and 3D printing.
Balazs Hangya appeared in the popular talk show ‘Alinda’ on HirTV channel. The footage is available on this link in Hungarian.
First day of the lab: buying office chairs at Ikea
Balazs appeared in the talk show ‘Magyarul Baloval’ on RTL Klub! 300 000 people were watching Link, in Hungarian