225 results found
    1. Ecology

    Echolocating toothed whales use ultra-fast echo-kinetic responses to track evasive prey

    Heather Vance et al.
    Echolocating toothed whales can detect and react to sudden prey movements during close approaches with speeds similar to ultra-fast tracking responses in human vision.
    1. Neuroscience

    Visual pursuit behavior in mice maintains the pursued prey on the retinal region with least optic flow

    Carl D Holmgren et al.
    Digital reconstruction of environment combined with eye and head-tracking enabled the process of prey-detection and capture to be seen from the freely moving mouse’s point-of-view and shows the exact visual-field and retinal location mice use when chasing prey and the advantage.
    1. Computational and Systems Biology

    Simplifying the development of portable, scalable, and reproducible workflows

    Stephen R Piccolo et al.
    Descriptions, examples, and tools to enable biologists to use the Common Workflow Language for data processing and to facilitate computational reproducibility.
    1. Neuroscience

    Distinct population code for movement kinematics and changes of ongoing movements in human subthalamic nucleus

    Dennis London et al.
    Subthalamic nucleus spiking activity, beta oscillation power, and locking of spikes to the beta oscillation are decreased prior to changes in ongoing movements.
    1. Neuroscience

    Learning to stand with unexpected sensorimotor delays

    Brandon G Rasman et al.
    The nervous system can learn to control standing balance with added sensorimotor delays by causally linking delayed whole-body sensory feedback, initially deemed as unexpected, to self-generated balance motor commands.
    1. Neuroscience

    Profiling sensory neuron microenvironment after peripheral and central axon injury reveals key pathways for neural repair

    Oshri Avraham et al.
    The microenvironment surrounding sensory neurons in dorsal root ganglia responds differently to peripheral and central injuries, revealing that non-neuronal cells can be manipulated to promote axon regeneration after central injury.
    1. Neuroscience

    Lying in a 3T MRI scanner induces neglect-like spatial attention bias

    Axel Lindner et al.
    Exposing subjects to the magnetic field of an MRI scanner stimulates the vestibular organ and thereby induces a horizontal bias of spatial orienting and exploration similar to that seen in stroke patients with spatial neglect.
  1. Research Culture: Creating SPACE to evolve academic assessment

    Ruth Schmidt et al.
    The San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) has developed a new tool called SPACE to support universities and institutions working to improve the assessment of research.
    1. Neuroscience

    A unified platform to manage, share, and archive morphological and functional data in insect neuroscience

    Stanley Heinze et al.
    The InsectBrain Database is a novel, freely available software tool designed to accelerate research in the field of insect neuroscience and to improve implementation of open data concepts.
    1. Neuroscience

    Developmental change in prefrontal cortex recruitment supports the emergence of value-guided memory

    Kate Nussenbaum, Catherine A Hartley
    The use of prior experience to adaptively prioritize information in memory increases from childhood to adulthood and engages corticostriatal circuitry.

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