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Aiming for a moving target means compensating for your brain's own tardiness.
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Melina Hale explains how her research on zebrafish is helping to advance brain research.
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A shark’s ability to home in on the scent of blood is legendary, but many people are surprised to learn that sharks have a stealthy sixth sense to find prey and explore the world around them.
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What can the cuttlefish’s remarkable camouflage abilities teach us about vision?
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A researcher explains how her undergraduate experience inspired a career studying spinal cord injury.
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Mitochondria might provide more than energy to nerve cells — they may be important in brain signaling as well.
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Neurons in the brain and spinal cord cooperate to control complex movements, such as walking or swimming. Studying simple animals helps us understand how motion develops.
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