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04.06.2018 // Max Planck scientists criticize handling of animal-rights charges against leading neuroscientist
They say the Max Planck Society’s reaction to the indictment of...

04.06.2018 // His experiments were supposed to help cure Parkinson's disease and dementia
Then the brain researcher Nikos Logothetis from Tübingen, who was...

09.03.2018 // Why the World Looks Stable While We Move
The experimental setup relies on computer-controlled air cushions to stabilise the test subject's head within the fMRI scanner. This allows scanning the moving head. LEDs are used as reference points to measure head movements and adapt the VR feed accordingly. Image: CIN, Universität Tübingen
Tübingen Neuroscientists investigate the interaction of visual...

08.03.2018 // International Virtual Reality Conference “IEEE VR 2018” comes to Reutlingen, Germany
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics Virtual Reality Lab. Picture: Berthold Steinhilber / Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
IEEE VR 2018 is hosted by the Max Planck Institute for Biological...

20.02.2018 // Statement of the Max Planck Society
The Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen.© Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
Statement of the Max Planck Society on the issue of a penal order in...

18.12.2017 // Smart Health: 2 million euros in funding for new electronic systems for intelligent medical technology
CorTec Brain Interchange, an implantable technology, can measure and stimulate brain activity for long-term use.
Professor Klaus Scheffler plans to develop and test new electronic...

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

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