The Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology of Behavior – caesar
We focus on basic research in neuroethology. Our international team of researchers studies how the collective activity of vast numbers of neurons gives rise to the plethora of animal behaviors.

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Research News | 11 Jan 2023

We are part of the new international Bio-robotics project BaBots

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Research News | 6 Dec 2022

More flexible than thought: New insights into evolution and diversification of TGF-beta signaling

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Research News | 28 Nov 2022

Neuroscientists illuminate how brain cells deep in the cortex operate in freely moving mice

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Research News | 8 Nov 2022

How does a skeleton move? A new method to quantify skeletal kinematics in freely moving rodents

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Institute News | 7 Nov 2022

Guest in house: Interviews with our researchers

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Research News | 7 Nov 2022

Research News: Science in motion pictures

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Institute News | 16 Sep 2022

Max Planck Trainee Award 2022

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DZNE Lecture Series

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Research News | 10 Sep 2022

A new method to automatically track locomotion and feeding behavior in populations of C. elegans

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Research News | 8 Aug 2022

ERC Starting Grant goes to Bettina Schnell for her studies on how tiny fly brains make decisions

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