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How our brain puts the world in order

Bochum researches investigate what happens when we put the world around us in order. They found out which areas of the brain help us to think inside the box (July 2016).

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Interplay of brain cells

For the first time, Frankfurt brain researchers observe in detail how a coordinated collaboration develops between nerve cells (February 2015).

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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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The origin of language

With the help of flies, researchers gain insights into the evolution of human language (October 2014).

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Finger training improves sense of touch in cheeks and lips

Bochum researchers discover: improving the sense of touch of the fingers entails enhanced sense of touch in the face (September 2014).

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