Neuroscience Ireland is excited to announce a competition for new logo design ideas!
€300 prize for the wining entrant!
We are seeking artistic neuroscientists to submit their ideas for an updated or new Neuroscience Ireland logo. Entries do not need to be fully completed logos – we are simply looking for design ideas. The entries will be assessed by the NSI Board, and the winning idea will then be sent to a designer to work into a finalised logo (if necessary).
- Entry is open to current (2017) NSI members only – staff, post-docs or students.
- Entries should be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. Images will be accepted in any format as long as they are attached to the entry email (even scanned hand-drawn sketches are acceptable).
- The deadline for submission of entries is Friday 28th July 2017.
- The winning entrant will receive a €300 prize and the winning entry will be unveiled at the NSI 2017 conference in Galway!
Notes: By entering this contest the applicant agrees to, if selected, give up sole rights to his or her submission. Furthermore, the applicant agrees to any and all changes to the logo design that NSI deems necessary. NSI also reserves the right not to use any of the submitted logo ideas
Please click on image below to see details of 3 PhD positions at the SFI-funded FutureNeuro Research Center at RCSI starting in September 2017.
Feats of Modest Valour – the SFI-funded Parkinson’s documentary – will be screened on RTÉ later this year. For more see http://www.featsofmodestvalour.com.
Congratulations to Neuroscience Ireland President David Henshall on the announcement this week of SFI funding for his Future Neuro Research Centre. This world-class Irish Neuroscience Centre will focus on the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of chronic and rare neurological diseases. Well done David from all of us in the Neuroscience Ireland Community!
There’s an exciting programme of Neuroscience conferences in Ireland coming up – from the baby brain, to the gut-brain axis, to the immunity-psychosis relationship. See more here.
We are delighted to announce that Registration and Abstract Submission for this year’s 10th Neuroscience Ireland Conference is now open here. The conference will be held on Monday 28th & Tuesday 29th August 2017 in the National University of Ireland Galway. Read more in our news update here.
Our April 2017 newsletter is out. Lost of news on the upcoming NSI conference in Galway, the Tom Connor Distinguished Investigator awardee, Travel & Conference grant calls, and much, much more. You can read it all here!.
Massive congratulations to John Cryan from all at Neuroscience Ireland on being elected member of the Royal Irish Academy!
See the UCC news page for the full story: