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Turbocharger for nerve cells
Berlin researchers investigate the operation of the ADHS gene, hereby expanding our understanding of how signals are passed so quickly and flexibly in chemical synapses (August 2014).
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Neural connections in the human brain redetermined
Max-Planck researchers uncover the arrangement of nerve fiber tracts that connect the two hemispheres of the human brain (July 2006).
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New facets of electroencephalography
Scientists are extending the limits of the classical method of brain research and medical diagnostics (July 2008).
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Hand movements can be predicted from non-invasive brain signals
Scientists from Freiburg and Tübingen find new ways of controlling prostheses and computers by brain activity (April 2008)
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Berlin Brain-Computer Interface
For several years, research groups in Europe and the USA have been working on systems that allow a direct dialog between man and machine. For that purpose, an interface between brain and computer - the Brain-Computer Interface (BCI), has been developed. (2004)
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Automatically recognizing impending epileptic seizures
Scientists in Freiburg have developed new methods for the recognition and classification of epileptic seizures (May 2008).
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Why can fever cause seizures?
Scientists from Berlin and Helsinki found the cause of febrile seizures in rats, suggesting new therapeutic approaches (July 2006)
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Putting ideas into practice
Scientists from Freiburg develop new procedure for neuroprosthetics (January 2008)
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Hearing with light
An international research team led by Göttingen develops a cochlear implant that uses light signals to stimulate the inner ear (March 2014).
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Potential aid for stroke victims
Tübingen study shows electrical stimulation helps patients learning to use a brain-controlled robot arm (March 2014).
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