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26.05.2013 // Rats have a double view of the world
Rats process visual information from their eyes similar to other mammals. Nevertheless, their eyes move in a very different way. Unlike humans, their eyes can move in opposite directions. Credit: MPI for Biological Cybernetics/ Kerr
Rodents move their eyes in opposite directions, thereby always...

22.04.2013 // Computers accomplish a lot –the human brain remains unmatched
Girls'Day 2012 at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics. Picture: Martin Breidt, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen.
Max Planck Institutes oin Tübingen are participating in the Girls' Day

21.01.2013 // Changing the responses of cortical neurons from sub- to supra threshold using single spikes in vivo
Picture: Jason Kerrr /Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
Changing the order in which presynaptic and postsynaptic cells are...

14.01.2013 // Who decides in the brain?
Large flocks of birds can rapidly change their direction without it being clear how such a decision develops, and whether some birds have a larger influence on it than others. Since the behavior of any one bird depends on that of its neighbors, answering this question is rather complicated. A similar problem is faced by neuroscientists who want to find out which neurons in a large network caused a particular decision. Photo: Christoffer A Rasmussen, CreativeCommons CC 1.0
Tübinger researchers have now shown how the weight of individual...

06.12.2012 // High-field Magnetic Resonance System used for patients for the fist time
Die Abbildung zeigt das Hochfeld-MRT-Gerät des MPI für biologische Kybernetik, das dort zur Forschung zur Verfügung steht und mit dem jetzt die ersten Patienten, die an Hirntumoren erkrankt sind, untersucht wurden. Die beteiligten Wissenschaftler sind (v.L.) Klaus Scheffler, Grzegorz Chadzynski und Rolf Pohmann vom MPI für biologische Kybernetik, so wie Sotirios Bisdas vom Universitätsklinikum. Bild: Stephanie Bertenbreiter / Max-Planck-Institut für biologische Kybernetik Tübingen
In the Magnetic Resonance Center high-resolution images of the brain...

08.12.2011 // Neural Interaction in Periods of Silence
Hippocampal oscillations: Neural Interaction in Periods of Silence such as deep sleep. Picture: Nikos Logothetis / Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics.
Tübinger neurophysiologists develop new method to study widespread...

07.11.2012 // Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging under the Magnifying Glass
The stimulus used to elicit positive and negative BOLD responses in the visual cortex. Picture: Jozien Goense / Max Planck Institut for Biological Cybernteics Tübingen.
Tübinger scientists reveal laminar differences in neurovascular...

30.10.2012 // Foggy perception slows us down
The visualization facility at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in which the research was conducted. The screen covers 230° horizontal and 125° vertical field of view, filling the entire human visual field to provide full immersion in the virtual environment. Picture: Jan Soumann / Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics Tübingen
Max Planck scientists show that, contrarily to what was previously...

24.09.2012 // And what if we fly to work?
An envisioned Personal Aerial Vehicle. Picture: Gareth Padfield; Flight Stability and Control
Standortagentur präsentiert Region Neckar-Alb in Italien

03.09.2012 // The Golden Neuron 2012
Moshe Abeles. Picture: private
First Valentino Braitenberg Award goes to the Israeli neuroscientist...

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