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Input matters!

Input matters!

A novel explanation how sensory input contributes to shaping neuronal responses in the cortex

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To Go or Not to Go?

To Go or Not to Go?

Scientists explain how the striatum may help us decide which action to undertake

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Networks for vision

Networks for vision

Theoretical study casts light on mechanisms of stimulus selectivity in the visual brain

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Stairway to Synchrony

Stairway to Synchrony

How does synaptic structure shape dynamic interactions in a neuronal network? Mathematical analysis sheds new light on this question, the answer to which is fundamental for our understanding of the brain.

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The Recording of the Masses

The Recording of the Masses

Mathematical process helps to understand population signals in the brain

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Heterogeneous networks underlie functional heterogeneity

Heterogeneous networks underlie functional heterogeneity

Simulation and analysis of neuronal networks explain distribution of orientation selectivity in the visual cortex

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Faraway, so close!

Faraway, so close!

Combination of experiment and computation sheds light on the role of long-range connections in the brain

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Volker Pernice receives Hans Spemann Award

Volker Pernice receives Hans Spemann Award

Former PhD student is honored for his outstanding thesis.

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Travelling by resonance

Travelling by resonance

Scientists provide explanation how nerve cells communicate with each other over long distances

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New research focus on brain diseases

New research focus on brain diseases

Carl Zeiss Foundation supports Bernstein Center Freiburg with 750,000 €

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Perfect timing

Perfect timing

Computer simulations help to disentangle different ways to drive brain cells

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Simple Solutions

Simple Solutions

Dissecting the circuitry of sensory processing in recurrent networks

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The symphony of epilepsy

The symphony of epilepsy

An international research team shows that the glycine receptor may contribute to different symptoms of epilepsy.

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A Sharper View into the Brain

A Sharper View into the Brain

Researchers from Freiburg are the first to detect the exact border between two important brain regions

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Prostheses with Sensory Feedback

Prostheses with Sensory Feedback

Freiburg researchers have developed electrodes that help amputees to grasp at objects

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nuSPIC: Neural Systems Prediction and Identification Challenge

nuSPIC: Neural Systems Prediction and Identification Challenge

Scientists from Freiburg present an online tool to create and analyse neuronal networks

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Article in "Science": Memories Are ‘Geotagged’ With Spatial Information

Article in "Science": Memories Are ‘Geotagged’ With Spatial Information

Using a video game in which people navigate through a virtual town delivering objects to specific locations, a team of neuroscientists from the Universities of Freiburg and Pennsylvania has discovered how brain cells that encode spatial information form “geotags” for specific memories and are activated immediately before those memories are recalled.

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A novel view on the visual cortex

A novel view on the visual cortex

Theoretical model explains properties of sensory neurons and networks

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Young researchers from Freiburg accepted in Network of European Neuroscience Institutes

Young researchers from Freiburg accepted in Network of European Neuroscience Institutes

Since October, Freiburg is a member of ENI-NET, the highly reputed Network of European Neuroscience Institutes.

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