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Varietas delectat

Using a combination of state-of-the-art physiological and anatomical methods, Zoltán Nusser's group has succeeded in discovering how an axon of the same nerve cell can form synapses of different strengths with two different nerve cells. Short answer: synaptic vesicles are in different maturation states in weak and strong synapses. Their work was published in Neuron.

Exceptional teamwork, exceptional results. In the margin of a PLoS Biology article

In a paper published in the prestigious journal Plos Biology, Gábor Nyiri, and his team present anatomically accurate active and passive model cells of two different interneurons that can be used to incorporate further experimental data and thus be used in a variety of ways to interpret the results of different physiological experiments and to create neural network models simulating hippocampal function. The paper has not one, but five first authors, which is unusual, to say the least, but which is perfectly understandable once you get to know the work.

Ádám Denes wins the Academy Prize

At its 197th General Assembly, the Presidium of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences awarded the Academy Prize to Ádám Dénes, head of the Neuroimmunology research group, for his versatile and highly successful scientific activities. Hearty congratulations on this well-deserved honor!

A liitle news about a Grand Prize

At the XXIV Carpathian Basin Conference of Scientific Student Circles, Emil Koplányi, mentored by Dr. Imre Kalló, won the Grand Prize in the Theoretical and Experimental Medicine section of the Performed Research Block. Congratulations!

Our talented researchers

Academician László Acsády, who, together with his team at our institute, initiated and brought to world-class recognition the research of the thalamus, one of the main communication partners of the cerebral cortex, received the Talentum Prize, founded by the National Academy of Scientist Education, on 15 April 2024.

A RICHTER-KOKI press conference. Background and vision

Richter Gedeon Plc. and KOKI have been working together successfully for decades, but on 5 April 2024 they held their first joint, and international, press conference. 

Femtonics' software development wins an innovation award

We are a neuroscience research institute, and we all agree that there is no innovation without basic research. But that doesn't mean we don't have people who contribute to making this basic research even more effective through instrument and software development. Take Femtonics, for example!


A workshop helping interdisciplinary discussions

Balázs Hangya presented the first results of his ERC Proof of Concept grant, awarded in May 2023, at the 1st Mouse-to-human Workshop at KOKI on 16 February 2024. The audience came not only from Budapest but also from the countryside.


Our almond tree

For at least two weeks now, the birds have been announcing more and more enthusiastically every dawn that it may rain, it may blow, it may cool, Spring is still here, wake up!

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