Leon Cooper

A Physicist`s Approach to Understanding the Brain: Towards a Physiological Basis for Learning

Tuesday, 27 June 2000
15:30 - 16:00 CEST


Some of the problems of applying theory, so successful in the physical sciences, to complex problems in neurobiology will bee discussed. As an example, a theory for the development of important properties of cortical cells will be presented. The emphasis will be on logical structure: postulates and conclusions as well as comparison with experiment.

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