A new study from the Brecht lab has found how “ticklishness” is represented in the rat brain. The study has been published on 11th November 2016 in Science.
A lion is chasing a zebra across the African savanna. For both animals, choosing the right movement at the right time is a matter of life and death. Accordingly, a large part of the mammalian brain is devoted to the control of movement: The motor cortex.
The BCCN Berlin participates in the Berlin Science week by organizing an event with two talks on artificial intelligence.