Scientists at the University of Tübingen study the differential distribution of photoreceptors in the retina of mice
Werner Reichhardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience
The scientific programme of the CIN is guided by the conviction that progress in the understanding of brain function can only be achieved by an integrative approach provided by researchers from many different fields such as Computer and Cognitive Sciences, Biology, Medicine and Physics as well as the Humanities, that combines knowledge at multiple levels of organization.
The CIN has signed a memorandum of understanding with the National Institute of Physiological Sciences (NIPS) in Okasaki, Japan. The aim is to foster scientific cooperation and joint funding applications. More information about NIPS can be found by going here.