Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Bern and Fribourg researchers identify neurons responsible for rapid eye movements/REM during sleep

(University of Bern) Why do we move our eyes fast in the paradoxical sleep -- in that sleep phase, in which most dreams take place? The secret is not yet fully aired, but we are on his track: A team at the University of Bern, in collaboration with the University of Fribourg, has identified the nerve cells behind this curious phenomenon.