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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.

Eine COS-7-Zelle, aufgenommen mit SMLM
Tübingen September 9, 2021

Machine learning improves biological image analysis

International team of researchers develops algorithm that accelerates super-resolution microscopy

Flughund Grafik
Jerusalem August 11, 2021

When the Brain’s GPS Goes Off the Grid

A new study on bats reveals an unexpected representation of three-dimensional space in the brain

Freiburg, Berlin July 23, 2021

Tracking the traces of light in the short-lived memory of the eyes

The traces light leaves on the retina close gaps in visual perception and provide continuity in knowing what is where as we move.

Julijana Gjorgjieva
Frankfurt a.M. July 13, 2021

Eric Kandel Young Neuroscientists Prize 2021 goes to Julijana Gjorgjieva

The Hertie-Foundation and FENS award Eric Kandel Young Neuroscientists Prize to Julijana Gjorgjieva. The Max Planck scientist is recognized for outstanding achievements in the field of computational and theoretical neuroscience.

Viola Priesemann
Bad Honnef July 1, 2021

Viola Priesemann receives communication award of the German Physical Society

With this award, the German Physical Society recognizes the scientist for her outstanding commitment to communicating scientific findings on the corona pandemic.

Munich, Tübingen June 30, 2021

Neurobiology: How mice see the world

Researchers based in Munich and Tübingen have developed an open-source camera system that images natural habitats as they appear to rodents.

Frankfurt a.M. June 28, 2021

Wiring up neural circuits at subcellular precision

Researchers unravel a mechanism behind distinct organizational features in the visual cortex of mice and ferrets

Freiburg June 25, 2021

Competing bursts

Freiburg researchers uncover the link between bursts of beta brain waves and reduced stimulus recognition

Eve Marder
Freiburg, Berlin June 23, 2021

Eve Marder receives Valentin Braitenberg Award for Computational Neuroscience 2021

Eve Marder, pioneering neuroscientist and internationally renowned for her work on the lobster and crab nervous system will receive this year's Valentin Braitenberg Award for Computational Neuroscience. The award ceremony will take place during the online Bernstein Conference on September 23.

Washington/ Berlin June 17, 2021

From pandemics to climate change, study of collective behavior must become ‘crisis discipline,’ researchers argue

Our ability to confront global crises depends on how we interact and share information.

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