- Three new directors elected
Nicoladie Tam, Benjamin Torben-Nielsen and Daniel Wójcik have been elected as the three new directors of OCNS for 2015-2018.
- Prague 2015
Find out more about the next annual meeting, CNS 2015 in Prague.
- Program Committee
Details of the ONCS Program Committee for 2015 can be found here.
- CNS 2014 abstracts online
The abstracts for the 2014 meeting in Québec City are available online at BioMed Central.
- CNS 2013 Paris biggest meeting ever!
With 787 attendees we broke the record of the CNS 2009 meeting in Berlin. The attendees to the main meeting enjoyed high quality keynote and oral presentations and lively poster sessions. Twenty workshops about very diverse topics attracted additional crowds.
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