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Welcome to the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience

About CIN
About CIN
The Werner Reichardt Centre for Neuroscience is a Cluster of Excellence focusing upon neurosciences, established at the University of Tübingen in the framework of the Excellence Initiatives... read more read more
Research
Research
The beginnings of the CIN in 2008 and 2009 were dominated by invitations to tender and the search for first-rate scientists to lead the new research groups. To date, all the new positions have been successfully filled... read more read more
Training
Training
In order to provide students with state-of-the-art neuroscience training and, at the same time, ensure a steady supply of well-trained students for local laboratories, the CIN has strengthened and... read more read more
Gender Equality
Gender Equality
The Board for the Advancement of Women (BAW) promotes female scientists at every level of their professional career. The board is formed by scientists participating in the CIN ... read more read more
Structure
Structure
The Centre comprises groups from several faculties of the University of Tübingen, the Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research, the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics... read more read more
Events
Events
International seminar series are organized in cooperation with the Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research, the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, the Graduate Training Centre and other CIN partners. read more read more
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News & Press
December 13 2014
CIN Workshops: Games of the Brain Naturalizing Agency

Saturday, 13th December 2014 | 9.30am - 6.30pm | Hörsaal Forum Scientiarum (Doblerstr. 33, 72074 Tübingen)


December 8 2014
New Publication in Nature Neuroscience

The retina changes its „language“ with changing brightness

A study at the University of Tübingen highlights the intricate nature
of visual responses - findings may help to improve digital cameras
as well as visual prosthetics