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Here is on overview over recent scientific findings of the Bernstein Network.

Neurons: faster than theory allows

A new model explains the high flexibility and speed of signal transduction in the mammal brain (April 2006)

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Quantitative fluorescence microscopy at the push of a button

Scientists from Göttingen develop new methods for the quantitative analysis of molecular processes (April 2006)

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Robots that learn playfully

Based on learning processes in the human brain, Florentin Wörgötter from the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen and his research group develop mathematical algorithms that can also be used to control learning processes of robots. (2006)

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Three-dimensional images of neurons

With the aid of modern imaging methods and software procedures, scientists at the BCCN Berlin reconstruct the three dimensional structure of nerve cells (2006)

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Sound localization through experience

The ability to localize sound develops in gerbils in the first days after hearing onset (March 2006)

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Fastest biped walking robot

Göttingen's RunBot breaks world record in speed walking. (March 2006)

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Getting a grip on grasping

Alexander Gail, scientist at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience in Göttingen, investigates brain processes that control goal-directed movements. (2006)

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On the trail of money

Max-Planck researchers at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (BCCN) Göttingen identify universal regularities of human travelling – a breakthrough for the mathematical prediction of epidemics (January 2006).

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One brain fits all?

Individual diversity through self-organization in the brain (November 2005).

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How is information transferred into long-term memory?

Scientists at the BCCN Berlin have found out how cellular learning processes contribute to long-term storage of information in the brain. (November 2005)

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