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20.11.2014 // Dopamine leaves its mark in brain scans
Dopamine alters the so-called BOLD signal in MRI:
BOLD signals in functional magnetic resonance imaging do not always...

02.10.2014 // RESOLUTION DES KURATORIUMS
MPI FÜR ENTWICKLUNGSBIOLOGIE UND MPI FÜR BIOLOGISCHE KYBERNETIK

23.09.2014 // Virtual Reality needs space
Cyberneum. Picture: Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics.
Computerphile shows the facilities of the Cyberneum

19.09.2014 // The seat of consciousness
Neurons in the lateral prefrontal cortex represent the content of consciousness. The red trace depicts neural activity (neuronal discharges) in the lateral prefrontal cortex when a stimulus is consciously perceived for 1 second while the green trace depicts neural activity when the same stimulus is suppressed from awareness. Copyright: Max Plank Institute for Biological Cybernetics
At least two regions of the brain decide what we perceive

25.09.2014 // Understanding the human brain
Magnetic resonance imaging allows images from any tissue layer. Copyright: F1 Online
Functional magnetic resonance images reflect input signals of nerve...

12.08.2014 // Prof. Dr. Heinrich Bülthoff: myCopter Project: Future cars will be able to fly
Prof. Dr. Heinrich Bülthoff. Picture: Jörg Abendroth/Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
2b.AHEAD THINK!TANK Future Congress 2014

25.06.2014 // Conference on Brain and Cognitive Engineering
Leading scientists from Korea and Germany will discuss the...

08.04.2014 // Why auditory pitch and spatial elevation get high together
Researchers from Bielefeld University have demonstrated the origin of the mapping between auditory pitch and spatial elevation. Their analysis suggests that the shape of the human ear might have evolved to mirror the acoustic properties of the natural environment. Foto: Parise & Ernst; University of Bielefeld
Researchers uncover why there is a mapping between pitch and...

18.03.2014 // Would you believe your hand could turn into marble?
As if one’s hand were made of marble: Bielefeld neuroscientists successfully deceive participants about their body perceptions. Photo: Senna & Parise
Bielefeld neuroscientists present a new bodily illusion

20.02.2014 // Computer accomplish a lot – the human brain remains unmatched
Girls'Day 2013; Picture: Claudia Däfler/Max-Planck-Institut für Intelligente Systeme
Max Planck Institutes in Tübingen are participating in the Girls'Day...

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