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Episode 38: May 2017
In this episode we hear about biofilms in bacteria, drug production, gender bias in peer review, nematode worms and how synchronising brain waves can boost memory.
Episode 4: September 2013
In this episode we hear about how flatworms regenerate, the evolution of photosynthesis, social interactions between mice, the properties of undead cells, and how steroids and genes interact.
Episode 16: December 2014
In this episode we hear about reproducibility, drug resistance, cells without walls, gene transfer, interspecies signalling, and stem cells.
Episode 1: June 2013
In the first eLife podcast we hear about the origins of multicellularity, the Irish potato famine, hepatitis viruses, how fog affects the behaviour of car drivers, and the evolution of chromatin.
Repurposing continuous integration tools for scientific analyses takes the headache out of reproducible research.
Episode 13: July 2014
In this episode we hear about using photographs to diagnose rare genetic disorders, an unexpected benefit of exercise, hybridizing fish species, Rett syndrome, and using gene drives to eradicate disease.
eLife-News - First eLife articles published, media policy announced, plans for #ASCB2012
The Natural History of Model Organisms
Curated by Ian Baldwin
Essays on twelve model organisms, from
to the zebrafish.
Curated by Emma Pewsey et al.
On the last Wednesday of each month, members of the eLife Early-Career Advisory Group invite experts to share their views and advice on subjects pertinent to research careers.
Integrative and distinctive coding of visual and conceptual object features in the ventral visual stream
Chris B Martin et al.
Perirhinal cortex, a brain structure located in the medial temporal lobe, uniquely supports the integration of visual and conceptual object information.
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