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Department of Neurobiology

Yellow and red, showing the most frequently scanned areas, reveal the differences in scanning strategies employed by the sighted people (left) and the blind (right) while using ASenSub

Recreating the “feel” of an object as participants move their fingers enables them to use their ingrained sensing strategies

The Egyptian fruit bat

Bats navigating in an innovative extra-large experimental setup reveal an unknown neuronal code 

A mosquito on a notebook. Photo by Dr. Jonas Wietek

New versions of light-sensitive proteins could illuminate the dark corners of our brain’s communication pathways