The graduation event of undergraduate students of the Sagol School of Neuroscience took place in the Zoological Garden. About 150 students (first, second, and third year) arrived at the Garden to participate in the event. More than 50 posters illustrating the research projects of the graduate students were set out in a long row in front of the central pond of the Garden. The students presented their works and held stimulating scientific discussions beneath the herons nesting in the trees above. The top five posters won prizes. The students and many faculty members who joined them were given a tour of the Garden and learned about decision-making in birds (Prof. Arnon Lotem), mole rat movements (Prof. David Eilam), and active sensing in bats (PhD student Sasha Danilovich). Everyone left the Garden in the evening in good spirits and with a full stomach.   

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