Researchers at MIT have successfully implanted false memories in mice by manipulating neurons that are responsible for establishing memory. 

In a new meta-study, Norwegian researchers have looked at how magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can detect changes in the volumes of different brain structures in Schizophrenia.

Behind the international consensus on EEG interpretation published in Epilepsia this summer, is the system developed and marketed by NNN member company Holberg EEG. 

NNN member Smartfish is a company developing omega-3 based pharmaconutrition products. A study presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Boston in July, could potentially link a Smartfish drink to prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. 

NNN are currently working to create an overview of dementia-related medical research and development in Norway. This report will be presented at our national symposium in Oslo. 

DiaGenic announced this summer that the validation study for their blood based diagnostic test for Alzheimer's disease in the pre-dementia stage, had failed to reach the study goals.

Professor Tormod Fladby was voted for the NNN Board at last week’s general assembly.

Judith J. W. Wong is joining Nansen Neuroscience as a communication associate. Judith studies pharmacy at the University of Oslo (UiO) and is a third-year student this fall.