Main Menu
I support

PLoS One

JoVE

Frontiers in Neuroscience
RSS Feeds
Our news can be syndicated by using these rss feeds.
rss1.0
rss2.0
rdf
Facebook Blog Network
linking back to brembs.net






My lab:
lab.png
Networking

Subscribe to me on FriendFeed
Follow brembs on Twitter

Research papers by Björn Brembs
View Bjoern Brembs

Science Blog Directory
content (5 items)
Saturday 11 February 2006 / bjoern author list
Citations (hits: 146846)
Other publications citing our work.
on 22 Apr 2013 by bjoern author list
Citation statistics by hand not updated since June, 2013
Cited publications: 30
Citations: [...]
Pauly D, Chacana PA, Calzado EG, Brembs B, Schade R (2011): IgY technology: extraction of chicken antibodies from egg yolk by polyethylene glycol (PEG) precipitation. J Vis Exp. (51), e3084, DOI: 10.3791/3084Citations: Bellingeri RV, Busso L, Alustiza FE, Picco NY, Molinero DP, Grosso MC, Motta CE, Vivas AB (2013): Characterization of egg yolk immunoglobulin (IgY) against enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli and evaluation [read more]
Publications (hits: 65543)
downloads in PDF format
on 15 Nov 2012 by bjoern author list print the content item {PDF=create pdf file of the content item^plugin:content.43}
1990 Brembs B. (1990): Die Laichwanderung der Lachse - Ein kritischer Überblick mit besonderer Gewichtung der Orientierungsmechanismen. Facharbeit, Wirsberg-Gymnasium Würzburg. 1996 Brembs B. (1996): Chaos, cheating and cooperation: potential solutions to the Prisoner's Dilemma. OIKOS 76, 14-24. Brembs B. (1996): Classical and operant conditioning in Drosophila at the flight simulator. Diploma-Thesis, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg 1997 Brembs B.; Wolf R.; Heisenberg M. (1997): Is operant behavior facilitating classical [read more]
Resume (hits: 470166)
my life in words
on 28 Sep 2012 by bjoern author list
Birth I was born in Würzburg on February 23rd 1971 as the first son of a German father and a Swedish mother. I grew up bilingually. School After 4 years of elementary school I started at the Wirsberg-Gymnasium Würzburg in 1981. During 1987-89 I participated in two partnership programs: one with Apollo-Ridge High School Spring Church / Pennsylvania (USA) and [read more]
Interests (hits: 43963)
My hobbies and other interests
on 31 Aug 2009 by bjoern author list
ScienceBesides Learning, memory and evolution, one of my prime topics has always been physics, from high-energy physics and quantum mechanics to relativity and cosmology. My studies have only partly exceeded a rather popular level, though. As biology is a systemic science, I've also read a bit into the thermodynamics of dissipative systems and chaos. In my opinion, doing science will, [read more]
Brains as output/input devices (hits: 120191)
[b]This document is under open review. Please feel invited to comment on any aspect of the article a[...]
on 07 Dec 2006 by bjoern author list print the content item {PDF=create pdf file of the content item^plugin:content.39}
Neuroscience is predominantly interested in elucidating the effects environmental stimuli cause in o[...]
The concept of causality is so central to the human thought process that Kant concluded it must precede all experience [1]. Our constant search for causes eventually led to the devel-opment of religion, science and technology. In science, we look for the underlying causes of natural phenomena. Humans are also subjected to this scrutiny. The neurosciences try to un-derstand the [read more]
Render time: 0.3423 sec, 0.0522 of that for queries.