Are you journalist looking for information about Synapsy, or about brain, mental illnesses, neuroscience, or psychiatry ?
Don’t hesitate to contact our Media Officer :
Yann Bernardinelli, PhD
- Kathryn Hess, a born mathematician
Professor at EPFL, Kathryn Hess Bellwald, puts into practice her discipline, the topology, to better understand how the brain works. She is also committed to the promotion of female science careers.
- Switzerland’s course for mathematically gifted children
Kathryn Hess Bellwald, a Swiss-American mathematician at EPFL, knows all about the challenges of being an exceptionally bright children, she grew up with them –she started university at age 14.
- Science progresses to reduce stress and depression
Do not eat too much fat, not too salty, or too sweet. Avoid smoking. Drink moderately. Happiness also happens following the adage mens sana in corpore sano. But can these “pleasure hormones” well known by each runner, be stimulated? Some answers from Alexandre Dayer of the University of Geneva.
Tribune de Genève
- The dark side of glutamate
Excessive glutamate has deleterious effects and is involved in several brain pathologies such as epilepsy, schizophrenia, or Alzheimer’s disease. The explanations of Kim Do for the radio show CQFD.
RTS radio, La Première – CQFD