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... to the Ernst Strüngmann Institute (ESI) for Neuroscience in Cooperation with Max Planck Society. The ESI is an independent research institute financed by the Ernst Strüngmann Foundation which was created by Drs. Andreas and Thomas Strüngmann and named after their father Dr. Ernst Strüngmann. The ESI is under the scientific governance of the Max Planck Society with the mission to perform excellent fundamental brain research. ESI research focuses on understanding how the many parts of the brain work together to bring about our behaviour.

News

Monday, 01. February 2016

The brain communicates on several channels

The human brain uses several frequency bands for the flow of information between lower and higher areas [more]


Monday, 14. December 2015

European Research Council awards Barbara Händel Starting Grant

Dr. Barbara Händel, a postdoctoral fellow in the Fries Lab at the Ernst Strüngmann Institute, has received a prestigious European Research Council Starting Grant of 1,5 Million Euro over the next five years to investigate the...[more]


Monday, 09. November 2015

Professor Wolf Singer awarded the Honour Plaque by the city of Frankfurt

 Professor Wolf Singer (one of the Ernst Strüngmann Institute’s (ESI)  founding directors and current Senior Research Group leader at the same Institute)  received the award for promoting neuroscience to the...[more]