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> $250 million brain research center in Quebec City, New neuroscience research facility in Quebec City
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post Jun 20, 2009, 12:44 PM
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Hi to all.

I was very excited to learn that there will be a huge research center for Neuroscience in Quebec City.

here is 1 article about it

http://www.pole-qca.ca/entreprises/en/supp...s.neurocite.php

Pretty good news since im starting studies that i hope will lead me to neurochemistry.

The research area will cover: neurophotonics, neurogenesis, psychiatric genetics, tissue banks, neuron imaging, neuropharmacology, nanomedicine, nanotechnology, sleep electrophysiology, memory, brain aging, etc.

Good news for the Laval University, 10 world class pharmaceutical companies are planned to settle in that new complex...
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post Jun 20, 2009, 12:53 PM
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it does sound pretty cool, wish I could go and check it out right now
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post Jun 20, 2009, 01:13 PM
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.... the french are always at the forefront of thought
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