3 Tesla MRI; Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
The cerebral cortex is a fast learner:  Tübingen researchers trace the formation of memories in the cerebral...
Congratulations! The Trainee Award 2018 goes to Mrs. Laetitia Djayou: Handing over of the certificate and a cash prize by the managing director Prof. Heinrich Bülthoff, the award winner Mrs. Laetitia Djayou and the workshop manager Markus Scheu (f.l.t.r.). Copyright: Beate Fülle/Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
2018 Trainee Award goes to employee of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics :  Award for the precision mechanic Ms. Laetitia Djayou
Mark Krause: Exhibition “Spotlight Portraits”:  Invitation to the vernissage with a "Live Painting Music Performance"...
This image shows a comparison of LISA against the most commonly used other statistical inference algorithms. Brain activations detected by LISA are better reproducible and are thus more reliable. Source: Gabriele Lohmann/MPI for Biological Cybernetics (cited in Nature Communications 9:4014 (2018) https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-06304-z
LISA: Scientists introduce a new method of statistical inference in neuroimaging (fMRI):  New method detects brain activations with improved sensitivity and...
We often see models and maps of navigable spaces. However, accumulating evidence suggests that our spatial memory is not structured this way. The bronze model of the Old Town stands in front of the Tübingen City Museum. Copyright: Universitätsstadt Tübingen
Spatial memory is not like a „map in the head“:  How do we store the spatial information of our surrounding?