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Faulty Connection

Faulty Connection

Disturbed transmission of signals in the cerebrum promises new findings for epilepsy research

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Closed-loop stimulation promises fewer side effects

Closed-loop stimulation promises fewer side effects

How adaptive stimulation could make a significant difference for patients with neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease

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"Should I stay or should I go?"

"Should I stay or should I go?"

A newly discovered type of neuron could be the key to understanding why we initiate or inhibit movement

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Invasion of the CA2 Region

Invasion of the CA2 Region

How sprouting mossy fibers might contribute to epileptic activity

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Green light for trinational NeuroCampus

Green light for trinational NeuroCampus

EU authorizes funds for international neuroscientific network

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Brain Networks under Attack

Brain Networks under Attack

What pruning network links can tell us about the dynamics of neuronal networks

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Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hennig gives Hounsfield Memorial Lecture

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hennig gives Hounsfield Memorial Lecture

The Hounsfield Memorial Lecture 2015 will be given by Professor Dr. Jürgen Hennig.

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Dr. Klaus Herberger Inaugurates Carl Zeiss Sponsorship

Dr. Klaus Herberger Inaugurates Carl Zeiss Sponsorship

On 14 October 2015, Dr. Klaus Herberger of the Carl Zeiss Foundation officially inaugurated a 750,000-Euro-sponsorship for the Bernstein Center Freiburg. His address entitled “Knowledge is the Key to the Future” also conveyed a historic connection between the foundation and the Bernstein Center.

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Winnerless Competition in Clustered Neural Networks

Winnerless Competition in Clustered Neural Networks

Fereshteh Lagzi's new paper mathematically links the dynamics of ecosystems with the non-linear dynamics of populations of spiking neural networks.

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Wire together, fire together

Wire together, fire together

How specific wiring helps sensory processing

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Fire together, wire together

Fire together, wire together

Recurrent dynamics and synaptic plasticity work in tandem to fine-tune connectivity in cortical networks

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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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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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