Press Releases of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics

29.09.2017

Good User Interfaces for Automated Driving Continues to be Necessary

Best paper award for scientists Dr Lewis Chuang and Ms. Christiane Glatz from the Max Planck Institute of Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen[more]


19.06.2017

Mastermind

Peeping into the brain with fNIRS: the color of the blots indicates blood flow in that area of the cortex (image courtesy of the visualization tool QVis, see: http://bit.ly/2q8te2v). Photo: Daniel Diers @ MPI for Biological Cybernetics

Predicting decisions by taking a glimpse into the brain[more]


11.04.2017

Roadshow Career Steps OPPORTUNITIES review

On 6 April the Roadshow Career Steps OPPORTUNITIES took place at the Max Planck Campus.[more]


05.04.2017

The pretense of movement: why do we get Cyber-sick?

Dr. Suzanne Nooij in the panoramic lab of the MPI

Motion sickness is an ancient phenomenon, which also occurs in modern virtual reality environments. [more]


16.01.2017

1.2 million euros funding for new imaging technology in brain research

Caption: Activation of the visual cortex by presentation of a changing checkerboard pattern in humans measured at 9.4T. The red-labeled activation is based on a new approach (balanced steady state free precession) which allows an improved detection of the vascular response of cortical micro vessels. Photo: Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics

Professor Klaus Scheffler wants to test new methods in magnetic resonance imaging[more]


14.12.2016

Nikos Logothetis hält an seiner Entscheidung fest

Aufgrund immer wieder eintreffender Nachfragen möchten wir zur Forschung mit nicht-humanen Primaten am Max-Planck-Institut für biologische Kybernetik in Tübingen den aktuellen Sachstand zusammenfassen.[more]


29.11.2016

Uploading data to the brain

Learning a language with one click?[more]


01.09.2016

Orientation without a master plan

A volunteer walking through virtual corridors. (C) Matthias Hohmann / Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Germany

Human spatial memory is made up of numerous individual maps[more]


24.06.2016

Offene Türen am Max-Planck-Campus in Tübingen

Die drei Tübinger Max-Planck-Institute luden zum Tag der offenen Tür, was bei Besuchern wie Mitarbeitern auf positive Resonanz stieß[more]


Displaying results ###SPAN_BEGIN###%s to %s out of ###SPAN_BEGIN###%s