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Due to copyright limitations, not all articles can be listed here. Rather, this page lists selected links to recent publically available press coverage.

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")