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29 Nov 2019

Jason Kerr appointed professor for „Behavior and Brain Organization”

The appointment further fortifies the partnership between research center caesar and the University of Bonn.

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26 Nov 2019

Traffic lights for perception

caesar scientists of the “In Silico Brain Sciences” group discovered how information in the brain is relayed.

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19 Nov 2019

New research group on magnetoreception in animals

Pascal Malkemper researches a sense that feels like magic: magnetoreception

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1 Oct 2019

How does the brain coordinate behavior? New research group at caesar

The group „Neural Information Flow“ (led by Dr. Monika Scholz) utilizes the nematode C. elegans, to understand fundamental principles of information transfer within neuronal networks.

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9 Jul 2019

Students explore the world of neuroscience

Neuroscience for schools - the caesar public lab offers workshops for high school secondary level I and II

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21 May 2019

A light sensor that deactivates neurons

Dr. Reinhard Seifert from research center caesar (Bonn) developed a new tool, jointly with other researchers from all over Germany. The tool is able to deactivate a single neuron with a ray of blue light. A paper about the discovery of this tool was recently published in the scientific journal Nature Communications.

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6 May 2019

Bessel rays illuminate structures in 3D

A new publication by caesar scientists Andres Flores Valle and Johannes Seelig in „Optics Express“: bessel rays allow for the illumination of an object from different angles.

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25 Mar 2019

Nano walker follows a path of light

Light controls the movements of this nano walker, powered by azobenzene derivatives.

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4 Jan 2019

Cilia as the brain's supply pump

Cilia as the brain's supply pump

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9 Apr 2018

Tiny nanomachine successfully completes test drive

Together with colleagues from the USA, scientists from the University of Bonn and the research institute caesar in Bonn have used nanostructures to construct a tiny machine that constitutes a rotatory motor and can move in a specific direction. The researchers used circular structures from DNA. The results will now be presented in the journal “Nature Nanotechnology”.

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  • Sebastian Scherrer

    Public Relations Officer

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    sebastian.scherrer@caesar.de
    Sebastian Scherrer