The editorials of the SFB 1280 – Learn what we are working on
Our editorial from 2014 about extinction learning in “forschung – Das Magazin der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft”.
On the occasion of the start of the Collaborative Research Centre, the spokesperson duo reports in Neuroforum, the magazine of the Neuroscience Society
Article – “Extinction learning from a mechanistic and systems perspective”.
Technical description of our research perspective on extinction learning
Audio, Video, Interactive – Stay tuned and keep learning
Animation Human 3D Brain Model
If you’ve ever wondered what a human brain looks like, you’ll find an amazing 3D journey on dasgehirn.info
Animation Brain Catalogue
And for those who wonder how similar the brain of a wolf, squirrel or rhinoceros looks, we recommend the braincatalogue
Video How do brain scans work?
EEG, fMRI and PET – you might have already heard these terms, but how do those techniques work? In this short TED-ED Episode you will find the answers.
Video Explained: Optogenetics
In the SFB 1280 we work with Optogenetics, which makes it possible to control specific neurons with light! Find out how it’s done in this short lecture from MIT.
Video Pigeon Genius
At the SFB 1280 we hold our pigeons dear to our heart. Get a deeper insight into their remarkable skills in this short National Geographic Documentary.
The SFB 1280 is one of many DFG funded collaborative research centres in Germany. But what makes a SFB/CRC so special? Find out at the official Website of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
SFB 1280 Vidcasts- The subprojects in brief
In the short vidcasts, the sub-projects describe their work, explain what they are researching and give an insight into how the knowledge gained can help people in the future. Each project brings its own perspective and approach to the topic of extinction learning and tries to bring forth new discoveries using a variety of methods.
Our podcast – listen and think
Learning is hard. Forgetting is sometimes even harder. How do you get rid of what you have learned?
That’s what Rainer Holl, author, presenter and poetry slammer, wants to know and understand. To find out, he interviews scientists from the Collaborative Research Centre “Extinction Learning” about their research. Look forward to peering into the brain’s cards! Fascinating insights from the fields of psychology, biopsychology and neuroscience, a look behind the scenes of everyday scientific life and slam poetry await you.
Kid’s Corner – Arts, Crafts and Knowledge
Well Said – From Researchers and Thinkers