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Dance - Science - Parkinson's

January 11, 2016

The German-Israeli research project “STÖRUNG / הפרעה” brought dancers, scientists, and patients with Parkinson’s disease together for one year in order to explore questions about movement and movement disorder in collaborative experiments. After many lively hours of dancing, open trainings, and scientific discussions, the project came to an end in December 2015. Two concluding conferences – one in Tel Aviv and one in Freiburg – invited the public to exchange ideas with the collaborating groups.

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Closed-loop stimulation promises fewer side effects

February 3, 2016

How adaptive stimulation could make a significant difference 

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Neural foundations of behavioural control

January 21, 2016

Particular neuron type involved in the inhibition of action impulses 

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Café Scientifique Nr. 7

January 20, 2016

A team of neuroscientists from Tübingen presented their deep learning algorithm for the recognition and reproduction of artistic style in Freiburg for the first time

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BrainLinks-BrainTools aims to develop medical technology that directly interacts with the nervous system. In view of this aim, BrainLinks-BrainTools combines life-sciences and engineering sciences as well as their clinical applications. BrainLinks-BrainTools is a cluster of excellence funded by the DFG (German Research Foundation), grant number EXC 1086, and established in 2012 within the framework of the German Excellence Initiative.


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