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Here is on overview over recent scientific findings of the Bernstein Network.

A walking robot goes mountaineering

Scientists from Göttingen have developed a walking robot that can adapt its gait to the steepness of a slope (July 2007)

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The role of sleep in predicting epileptic seizures

The state of vigilance is a crucial factor in the prediction of epileptic seizures (December 2006)

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Predicting epileptic seizures – pure chance?

Scientists at the BCCN develop a procedure to evaluate algorithms that predict epileptic seizures (December 2006)

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Why can fever cause seizures?

Scientists from Berlin and Helsinki found the cause of febrile seizures in rats, suggesting new therapeutic approaches (July 2006)

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Neurons: faster than theory allows

A new model explains the high flexibility and speed of signal transduction in the mammal brain (April 2006)

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Quantitative fluorescence microscopy at the push of a button

Scientists from Göttingen develop new methods for the quantitative analysis of molecular processes (April 2006)

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Robots that learn playfully

Based on learning processes in the human brain, Florentin Wörgötter from the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Göttingen and his research group develop mathematical algorithms that can also be used to control learning processes of robots. (2006)

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