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Synthesis of Marine Bioactive Compounds and Their Derivatives


University of Helsinki - Helsinki, Finland
Department: Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Introduction:Biodiversity in the sea is a potential source for novel drug candidates. The goal of this project is to modify synthetically marine-based heterocyclic bioactive compounds more active and improve their ADME-properties.

Uneven distribution of fibres in stitched NCF composites


KU Leuven University - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Metallurgy and Materials Engineering
Introduction:This research work focuses on the generation of an experimental database on the characterisation of the fibre placement in structurally stitched non-crimp fabric (NCF) composites, to be used for validation of models of their internal structure and mechanical behaviour.

Research projects at the Centre of Excellence in Changes in Sacred Texts and Traditions


University of Helsinki - Helsinki, Finland
Department: Faculty of Theology / CSTT
Introduction:CSTT provides an interdisciplinary approach to cultural, ideological, and material changes in the period when the sacred traditions of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament (HB/OT) were created

Synthesis and characterization of substituted indolo-[3,2-b]carbazoles for possible use in organic photovoltaic devices


KU Leuven University - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Chemistry
Introduction:Currently we are investigating the synthesis and polymerisation of substituted indolo[3,2-b]carbazoles (ICZ's) for implementation as hole-conducting layer in organic PV-cells.

Understanding the limits of working-memory capacity


Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Department of Psychology
Introduction:The capacity of working memory is limited, and this limit constrains all forms of deliberate complex cognition

Old English Runic project


Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München - Munich, Germany
Department: Department for English and American Studies
Introduction:The project RuneS (Runic Writing in the Germanic Languages) is under the umbrella of Prof. Dr. Hans Sauer, chair for Historical Linguistics and Medieval English Literature.

Primed effort in cognitive tasks: Effects on cardiovascular response


University of Geneva - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: The Geneva Motivation Lab
Introduction: Research staff: Nicolas Silvestrini, Mathieu Chatelain, Athina Zafeiriou Experiments investigating the role of implicit affective and implicit stereotypic influences on effort-Related cardiovascular reactivity in the context of cognitive tasks

Research projects at The Brain Research Unit (CBRU)


University of Helsinki - Helsinki, Finland
Department: The Brain Research Unit (CBRU)
Introduction:The work carried out in CBRU has unveiled new components in the ERPs, most notably a memory-related response, the mismatch negativity, MMN, and an attention-related response, the processing negativity, PN.

Research projects in: Cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience


Leiden University - Leiden, The Netherlands
Department: Psychology
Introduction:Research projects are always designed individually, tailored to the interests of the student and the expertise of the supervisor. Most basic research projects are located in the areas of the attention, cognition, action

Study of the role of miRNAs in memory formation


University of Zurich / ETHZ - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Medical Faculty and Department of Health Science and Technology
Introduction:Controlled gene expression and the synthesis of new proteins are essential for the formation of long-term memory. The project studies the epigenetic mechanisms involving non-coding RNAs that regulate these processes.
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