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Visiting Professorship at Oxford University

Prof. Kristine Krug has been appointed as a Visiting Professor in Neuroscience at the University of Oxford for the next three years. The title has been conferred on her  by the University's Medical Sciences Board  in recognition of her important contributions towards the successful and fruitful collaboration between her and the University of Oxford. Kristine is looking forward to deepening her scientific collaborations with her colleagues at Oxford.

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Wie das Gehirn unsere Wahrnehmung steuert

GUERICKE ermöglicht Wissenshungrigen und Forschungsbegeisterten einen Einblick in aktuelle Forschungsprojekte der Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg. In dem jährlich erscheinenden Forschungsmagazin erwarten alle Interessierten unter anderem informative Interviews, spannende Hintergrundberichte und Wissenschaftlerportraits.

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The brain basis of blindsight

It’s often said that nature reveals her inner workings through her mistakes. What Kristine Krug discovered recently is no exception, and could give us new insights into what “blindsight” might really be, as she explains to Chris Smith…

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eLife Episode 59: Brain basis of blindsight

This month, the blind monkey that lacks a visual cortex but can still see, the bee-hunting wasps that use a gas cloud to keep harmful fungi at bay, adaptive optics that can image blood vessels of all sizes in the eye, the new field of palaeoshellomics, and how to mix a family with a scientific career ...

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