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Organisms acting in the real world achieve unprecedented levels of performance in many complex tasks using multi-level modular networks of slow, noisy, and highly variable elements, interacting through continually changing communication channels.

Current engineering practice is lagging far behind in even remotely approximating the quality, flexibility and robustness of biological systems in tasks such as pattern recognition, learning and motor control.


In line with the growing recognition of the importance of neuroscience to understanding the success and behavioral richness of organisms, scientists from different Technion faculties (Medicine, EE, Physics, CE, BME, ME, CS, IE) have joined forces to study the brain.


From perception to molecular biology, from motor action to synaptic transmission and from learning to neural prosthetics, researchers at the Technion cover the full range of scientific activities essential for the success of such an endeavor.

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