Sunday, 26 January: come by Kunstquartier Bethanian: Studio 1 (Mariannenpl. 2, 10997 Berlin) at 13:00 and for a tale of brains and beats. The event, a part of the CTM Festival Research Networking day, is free and open to the public. Steve Garafano is a neuroscience researcher and musician who recently completed his Master’s thesis at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain with Drs. … Continue reading Sun, 26.01.2020, 13:00: Steve Garofano on polyrhythms, music and the brain at CTM
Why do some flavors make you feel warm, while others make you feel cool? These and other flavor-related questions are addressed in this explainer. Continue reading Why do flavors feel warming or cooling?
We are looking for enthusiastic participants to join an EEG experiment about multisensory perception at St. Hedwig Hospital in Mitte! Continue reading [CLOSED] One 4-4,5h EEG session at St. Hedwig Hospital in Mitte, 10€ per hour.
by Alex Masurovsky To learn more about how grid cells work, researchers at the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig are thinking abstractly. Grid cells and place cells work together in the brain to allow an organism to keep track of where it is in a given space. They are found in the hippocampus, a key brain area for memory functioning. Research on these cells has … Continue reading Beyond navigation: the calibration of human grid cells
Sometimes work follows you home. Sometimes it follows you to the bar. Continue reading Blurred lines between work and life
Chris Bently Continue reading Hollow Birdmen of the Lighthouses
Sophia and I were hanging out and listening to Iggy Pop’s radio show, which is usually good entertainment, and we were drinking a little wine and talking… Continue reading A Burning Desire for Therapy
One in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Why, you ask?Continue reading “One in the hand”
These colorful birds were used in a study of hierarchical recursive structures in the brain. Continue reading Colorful Birds