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Bernstein Network News. Find the latest news from our researchers regarding current research results, new research projects and initiatives as well as awards and prizes.

Mainz August 6, 2019

Markus Diesmann full member of the the Academy of Sciences and Literature | Mainz

The Academy of Sciences and Literature | Mainz has admitted six new members. The full members now include Markus Diesmann, neuroscientist, Elisabeth Rieken, linguist, and Judith Schalansky, author. New corresponding members are Lutz H. Gade, chemist, Wulfram Gerstner, neuroscientist, and Aleš Šteger, author.


Jülich July 16, 2019

Hidden Dynamics Detected in Neuronal Networks

Neuronal networks in the brain can process information particularly well when they are close to a critical point – or so brain researchers had assumed based on theoretical considerations. However, experimental investigations of brain activity revealed much fewer indicators of such critical states than expected. Scientists from Forschungszentrum Jülich and RWTH Aachen University have now proposed a possible explanation. They showed that neuronal networks can assume a second, previously unknown critical mode whose hidden dynamics are almost impossible to measure with conventional methods.


Freiburg June 28, 2019

Simulating the effect of transcranial brain stimulation

The long-lasting aftereffects of non-invasive transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) promise an alleviation of severe symptoms of diseases like depressive disorder or chronic pain. In a new modeling study, researchers from the Bernstein Center Freiburg suggest that the aftereffects observed in experiments may be a consequence of homeostatic network growth. Their model is based on the idea that the stimulation triggers a rearrangement of synaptic couplings among stimulated and unstimulated neurons, eventually leading to network remodeling and cell assembly formation.


Göttingen June 17, 2019

Research funding for the digital orientation of Life Sciences

Funding of "Deep Learning Methods for Association Studies of Transcriptomic and Systemic Dynamics in Morphogenetically Active Tissues"


Göttingen June 17, 2019

Recognizing pathological movement patterns – with the help of artificial intelligence

Göttingen research project "Deep Movement Diagnostics" receives around 1.2 million euros for the development of three-dimensional reconstructions of movement patterns


Freiburg June 5, 2019

Brains for Brains Award 2019 for Tuan Pham from Vietnam/ USA

Tuan Pham from the University of Chicago (USA) will be awarded this year's Brains for Brains Young Researchers Award of the Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience.


Ås, Norway June 3, 2019

The scientific case for brain simulations

HBP scientists argue for brain simulators as “mathematical observatories” for neuroscience


Göttingen April 29, 2019

Hearing the light: how artificial hearing could become more natural

Researchers at the University Medical Center Göttingen (UMG) and the German Primate Center – Leibniz Institute for Primate Research (DPZ) are demonstrating improved frequency resolution of artificial hearing using optical stimulation of the inner ear.


Berlin April 15, 2019

Abundance of information narrows our collective attention span

New study investigates 'social acceleration'


Munich March 22, 2019

Primed for memory formation

A new study carried out in a collaboration between researchers from LMU and UC San Diego suggests that new sensory experiences are encoded in pre-existing patterns of neuronal activity, which are recalled, modulated and enhanced following periods of behavioral activity.


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