Press and Public Relations
MPR 3 /2005The Brain – an Orchestra without a Conductor
People cannot really get into their heads just what goes on in their heads: billions of nerve cells work on their individual tasks in separate areas of the cerebral cortex with absolutely no coordinating supervision.
MPR 1 /2001Computers programmed to copy Nature
On 7 September 2000 a 5-strong international team conducting brain research, among them Prof. Wolf Singer of the MPI for Brain Research in Frankfurt am Main, was awarded the 2000 Körber European Science Award in the main function room of Hamburg City Hall.