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Advance to New Dimensions
Computational models of human intelligence.
Tracing Information Processing
Following the complex paths that information takes through our brains.
New Views of Vision
Understanding common features and differences between human and machine vision.
Research at the Speed of Light
A new generation of microscope systems enables whole-brain imaging in real-time.
Quest for the Effect of Light
The impacts of lighting on human health.
Catching the Brainwaves
The mechanisms behind human knowledge processing.
Mapping the Communications Hub of the Brain
November 08, 2022
New insights about the thalamus may improve understanding of brain disorders and intervention
Can Resetting the Body Clock Help with Depression?
August 24, 2022
An interview in Nature Outlook with Max Planck Research Group Leader Manuel Spitschan.
The Max Planck Society
May 20, 2021
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Brain network mechanisms underlying spatial cognition (m/f/d)
December 06, 2022
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