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Due to copyright limitations, you will not find a complete list of media and press coverage. This is why it is necessarily a selection. Please note that this page only lists press coverage that appeared in English language. Press coverage in German can be found on the German version of this page.

TV coverage:

Campus TV: Bernstein Conference 2013
with Matthias Bethge (Bernstein Center Tübingen), and Mareike Kardinal (Bernstein Coordination Site)

CBS news: "How Technology May Soon "Read" Your Mind" (04.01.2009)
with John-Dylan Haynes (Bernstein Center Berlin)

 

Radio coverage:

BBC World Service Discovery: "The sound of deafness" (27.09.2012)
with Bernhard Seeber (Bernstein Center Munich)

 

Online articles:

The Washington Post: "This algorithm can create a new Van Gogh or Picasso in just an hour" (31.08.2015)
about Leon A. Gatys, Alexander S. Ecker, Matthias Bethge (BCCN Tübingen)

The Independent: "Algorithm can turn any picture into a Picasso or work by any other painter" (31.08.2015)
about Leon A. Gatys, Alexander S. Ecker, Matthias Bethge (BCCN Tübingen)

Mail Online: "The algorithm that can learn to copy ANY artist: Neural network can recreate your snaps in the style of Van Gogh or Picasso" (28.08.2015) about Leon A. Gatys, Alexander S. Ecker, Matthias Bethge (BCCN Tübingen)

Nature News Feature: "Neuroscience: Brains of Norway" (06.10.2014)
with Andreas Herz (BCCN München)

Deutsche Welle: "Discovery of 'brain GPS' places neuroscientists in league of Nobel Laureates" (06.10.2014)
with Michael Brecht (BCCN Berlin)

The New York Times: "The neurological roots of lingering regrets" (23.04.2012)
about Jan Born (BFNL State dependence of learning)

The New York Times: "Is neuroscience the death of free will?" (13.11.2011)
about John-Dylan Haynes (Bernstein Center and Bernstein Focus Neurotechnology Berlin)

New Scientist: "Firing on all synapses" (12.11.2011)
about Jan Born (BFNL State dependence of learning), Stefan Haufe, and Benjamin Blankertz (both Bernstein Focus Neurotechnology Berlin)

ZDnet.com: " 'Mask-bot' gives robots a human face" (07.11.2011)
about Gordon Cheng (Bernstein Center Munich)

The Atlantic: "Can you see what I see?" (25.10.2011)
about John-Dylan Haynes (Bernstein Center and Bernstein Focus Neurotechnology Berlin)

Nature News: "Neuroscience vs philosophy: Taking aim at free will" (31.08.2011)
about John-Dylan Haynes (Bernstein Center and Bernstein Focus Neurotechnology Berlin)

New Scientist: "Car braking system taps directly into the brain" (01.08.2011)
about Stefan Haufe, Benjamin Blankertz (Bernstein Focus Neurotechnology Berlin)

ABC News: "Mind over matter: Braking your car with brain waves" (29.07.2011)
about Benjamin Blankertz, Stefan Haufe (Bernstein Focus Neurotechnology Berlin)

BBC News: "Brain waves can cut braling distances, researchers say" (28.07.2011)
about Stefan Haufe (Bernstein Focus Neurotechnology Berlin)

Technology Review: "Someday Your Brain Could Brake for You" (28.07.2011)
about Stefan Haufe (Bernstein Focus Neurotechnology Berlin)

Discovery News: "A sensitive skin gives robots a sense of touch" (01.07.2011)
about Gordon Cheng (Bernstein Center Munich)

Cordis Europe: "Sweet memory of nectar, heady scent of success" (01.03.2011)
about Randolf Menzel, Martin Strube-Bloss, Martin Nawrot (Bernstein Center Berln, Bernstein Focus: Learning, project: Memory and decision Making)

Smartplanet: "Retinal implant brings bionic vision to blind patients" (05.11.2010)
about Eberhard Zrenner (Bernstein Center Tübingen)

Discovery News: "Retinal implant brightens future for the blind" (03.11.2010)
about Eberhard Zrenner (Bernstein Center Tübingen)

Science Daily: "New retinal implant enables blind people to see shapes and objects" (03.11.2010)
about Eberhard Zrenner (Bernstein Center Tübingen)

Discover Magazine: "Retinal implant partially restores sight in blind people" (02.11.2010)
about Eberhard Zrenner (Bernstein Center Tübingen)

Science Daily: "Neurons: Faster than thought and able to multiply" (10.09.2010)
about Markus Diesmann, Stefan Rotter (Bernstein Center and Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology Freiburg / Tübingen)

Science Daily: "How Information Is Coded In The Brain: New Theory About Signal Propagation" (27.08.2010)
about Ad Aertsen, Stefan Rotter (Bernstein Center and Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology Freiburg / Tübingen)

The Times of India: "Brain scans reveal shopping urges" (09.07.2010)
about John-Dylan Haynes (Bernstein Center and Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology Berlin)

The Economist: "Thinking about it" (18.1.2010)
about Klaus-Robert Müller (Bernstein Center and Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology Berlin)

New Scientist: "Panic walking gets robot out of sticky situations" (18.1.2010)
about Marc Timme, Florentin Wörgötter (Bernstein Center and Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology Göttingen)

Scientific American: "Hexapod robot moves in the right direction by controlling chaos" (17.1.2010)
about Marc Timme, Florentin Wörgötter (Bernstein Center and Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology Göttingen)

The Hindu: "Birds have X-ray vision" (14.12.2009)
about Henrik Mouritsen (Bernstein Focus: Learning, Sequence Learning)

Sindh Today: "Brain scans could one day be used to tell a Dali from a Picasso" (29.11.2009)
about John-Dylan Haynes (Bernstein Center Berlin)

Science Now: "Chemical Reactions Guide Birds Home" (12.11.2009)
about Henrik Mouritsen (Bernstein Focus: Learning, Sequence Learning)

Nature News: "Total recall achieved" (20.10.2009)
about Michael Brecht (Bernstein Center and Bernstein Focus: Neurotechnology Berlin)

New Scientist: " "Mind-reading" software could record your dreams" (12.12.2008)
about John-Dylan Haynes (Bernstein Center Berlin)

Medical News Today: "Car or Pedestrian - How we can follow objects with our eyes"(03.10.2008)
about Ulrich Nüding, Stefan Glasauer, Ulrich Büttner (Bernstein Center Munich)

Medical News Today:"Ear breakthrough gives hope to millions of deaf and hearing people" (29.09.2008)
about Martin Göpfert (Bernstein Collaboration "Information Coding")