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28.11.2017 // The catch-up or fallback illusion
PD Dr. Tobias Meilinger / Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics.
Why we accidentally slow-down people on the motorway and lose...

29.09.2017 // Good User Interfaces for Automated Driving Continues to be Necessary
Best paper award for scientists Dr Lewis Chuang and Ms. Christiane...

21.07.2017 // Health Day 2017 on the Max Planck Campus
Muscle ache?

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

11.04.2017 // Roadshow Career Steps OPPORTUNITIES review
On 6 April the Roadshow Career Steps OPPORTUNITIES took place at the...

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...

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...

14.12.2016 // Nikos Logothetis hält an seiner Entscheidung fest
Aufgrund immer wieder eintreffender Nachfragen möchten wir zur...

29.11.2016 // Uploading data to the brain
Learning a language with one click?

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

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