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

What makes us hear?

Göttingen scientists reveal details of the mechanisms of transmitter release in the ear (December 2014).

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A bad songs turns off

Among grasshoppers, bad singers have little prospects: they put females more off than good singers attract them, as researchers from Berlin report (November 2014).

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Which cells set the pace in the brain?

Heidelberg scientists identify the clocks of different rhythms in the brain: different cell groups each provide different paces (October 2014).

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Finding thoughts in speech

A Freiburg research team reports on how the human brain processes thoughts during natural communication (October 2014).

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Clever Suppression in the Brain

Freiburg scientists reveal: diversity of inhibiting nerve cells allows for more complex information processing (October 2014).

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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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The brain's GPS—Nobel Prize 2014 awarded for research in "Neural Computation"

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2014 was awarded for the discovery of a navigation system in the brain (October 2014).

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The ruffling effect of rumble

Munich neurobiologists characterize the impact of low-frequency sounds on the inner ear (October 2014).

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Communication without detours

Scientists from Heidelberg, Mannheim and Bonn discover a new shape of neurons that allows signals to be propagated via a shortcut (September 2014).

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The effect of 3D movies in the brain

Berlin researchers demonstrate that subjects experience 3D movies more strongly than movies in 2D (September 2014).

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