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Brain researchers from Tübingen have developed a new approach for the treatment of hereditary spastic paraplegia (HSP). A gene therapy may treat the...

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Professor Martin Giese receives a "Synergy Grant" from the European Research Council (ERC). Together with colleagues at the KU Leuven and the...

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On October 13, 2019, the HIH Open Door Presentation gave an exciting insight into the world of clinical brain research. Numerous visitors followed the...

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The brain is one of the last great mysteries of mankind. It helps us to perceive, think and act. What happens when it becomes affected by illnesses?...

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Artificial intelligence has become an integral part of medical research - but what role does it really play in the race for the future? Professor Dr....

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Nerve cells communicate with each other by means of electrical signals. Notably, these electrical signals, so called action potentials, seem to differ...

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Microsaccades are not involuntary, spontaneous eye movements, as it has been assumed. Instead, we can perform them at will. A team led by Professor...

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Everyone knows the situation when we can't think of something we knew a short time ago. Why can't we always call up this knowledge? The Hertie...

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A new study by scientists from Tübingen shows that measurement results of various common methods for the determination of brain activity can be...

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Prof. Dr. Thomas Gasser has been admitted to the National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina. The ceremonial welcome as a new academy member took place on...

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