SFB News - 2018
10.12.2018 Stimulation based Learning:

SFB researchers have investigated how visual stimulation affects the brain. Read more.

09.11.2018 Left or right:

Researchers at the Ruhr-Universitšt Bochum investigated the reasons for hemispheric dominance in the brain. Read more.

29.11.2018 childrens's painting competition:

An exhibition in the University Library of the RUB shows how children imagine their feelings. Read more.

11.10.2018 Forgotten images

Scientists from Bochum and Bonn analyse how the brain imprints images during sleep. Read more.

02.08.2018 DAAD-RISE-Program

Three exchange students are doing a neuroscientific internship at the RUB. Read more.

12.06.2018 Computer simulation

Virtual brain gives insights into memory deficits in depression.
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05.06.2018 Recently observed:

What effect does transcranial magnetic stimulation have on the brain?
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18.05.2018 Memory Research at the RUB receives a further boost

The Collaborative Research Centre, SFB 874, has been awarded funding for a third research period by the DFG. Read more.

03.05.2018 How come whiskers are so sensitive?

Determining are not the whiskers themselves, but something else.
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26.04.2018 How chronic psychosis develops

Neuroscientists of the CRC 874 examine if a glutamate receptor plays a role in the chronification of the disease. Read more.

19.04.2018 How spatial learning works

Scientists examine the role of the hippocampus in orientation.
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09.03.2018 Twittering

RUB-scientists analyse what happens in the brain of zebra finches when they hear courtship songs. Read more.

01.03.2018 Good performance despite stress

Scientists join forces to examine how the brain works under stress. Read more.

21.02.2018 Is bigger always better?

Scientists from the SFB 874 investigate if brain volume and tactile sense performance are related. Read more.

21.02.2018 Memories: Snapshots in the brain

RUB-scientists use a computer model to unite two rivaling theories about the memory system in the brain. Read more.