Torsten Wiesel

Lecture und Afternoon Discussion: A Homage to David Hubel: Early Days in Our Studies of the Visual Cortex


Abstract

Dr. Wiesel will commemorate his dear friend and colleague David Hubel, who died last fall. Nearly half a century ago, the two scientists carried out experiments on the visual cortex in cats and monkeys over a period of nearly 20 years, and Dr. Wiesel will tell the story of the wonders they revealed in the structure, function and development of the visual system.


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