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How does the brain create its structure?
Scientists investigate the principles of regeneration (May 2007)
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Who's with whom?
Identifying circuitry structures of network (June 2007)
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New cells in the brain - quantity is not always best
Scientists investigate the link between learning and cell division in the brain (June 2008).
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Does the brain work differently from what we thought?
Max Planck researchers at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience in Goettingen have discovered a new type of robust synchronization in complex neural networks. (December 2004)
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One brain fits all?
Individual diversity through self-organization in the brain (November 2005).
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The script for brain development
Scientists investigate the mathematical principles underlying the development of the visual system in the brain (May 2009).
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The discovery of slowness
Picture yourself reading this text. It cannot be taken for granted that, while looking at the screen, you perceive an orderly picture composed of clear lines. If you move your point of sight by as little as half a line, many of your visual sensors that previously sensed ‘black’ will now sense ‘white’, and vice versa. Nevertheless, you continue perceiving the same words as you did before. (2005)
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Neurons provide neighborly aid
Using a new method, scientists from Bochum observe regeneration processes of the visual cortex after injury of the retina (June 2009).
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Are you Slow in Coordinating your Thoughts?
Max Planck scientists of the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen discover a speed limits in neural networks. (February 2004)
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Memories of fruit fly larvae are more complex than thought
Magdeburg researchers investigate the olfactory memory of insects, which plays a major role in foraging (January 2015).
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