December 10th was a spectacular day for Norwegian neuroscience as professors Edvard Moser and May-Britt Moser received their Nobel Medal and Diploma in Stockholm. In connection with the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony, NNN's CEO Leif Rune Skymoen made several appearances in media to comment the prize and share insights on Norwegian neuroscience. 

Tomorrow is an important day for Norwegian neuroscience - the Nobel Laureates in Medicine, Professors Edvard Moser and May-Britt Moser, take centre stage in Stockholm, when they receive the Nobel Medal and Nobel Diploma handed by King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.

Leif Rune Skymoen will from 2015 be the CEO of the company that has bought the Takeda Nycomed production plant in Elverum, Norway.

On the 14th of November, NNN organized a meeting about Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in multiple sclerosis together with Forskningsenheten for Nevrofag at Domus Medica in Oslo.

PhD candidates from four different Norwegian universities met in Oslo 5-6 November for the first National innovation workshop for PhD candidates in neuroscience. The event was jointly organized by NNN and the Norwegian Research School in Neuroscience (NRSN). 

NNN would like to congratulate professor Kenneth Hugdahl for receiving The Research Council of Norway’s award for 2014, Møbius Prize, for outstanding research. Hugdahl is leader of Bergen fMRI group at the University of Bergen. 

The journal Nature has declared this the decade of psychiatric disorders. Leading neuroscientists, including our own Nobel laureate Edvard Moser, believe the greatest breakthroughs in neuroscience will come in psychiatry. 

On the 16th of October, 85 participants gathered at Statens Hus in Trondheim for the NNN Memory Symposium - a day with basic, clinical and industrial memory research in focus.