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You Want Proof?

You Want Proof?

Science > Neuroscience > Computational Neuroscience

Posted by: Gabriel Kreiman

Posted on: 23 Apr 2014

Not So Free Associations

Not So Free Associations

Science > Neuroscience > Computational Neuroscience

Posted by: Gabriel Kreiman

Posted on: 23 Apr 2014

Holistic Representations

Holistic Representations

Science > Neuroscience > Computational Neuroscience

Posted by: Gabriel Kreiman

Posted on: 23 Apr 2014

Individuals With Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory Have False Memories Too

Individuals With Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory Have False Memories Too

Science > Neuroscience > Computational Neuroscience

Posted by: Gabriel Kreiman

Posted on: 23 Apr 2014

I Will Take a Human Brain With That Please

I Will Take a Human Brain With That Please

Science > Neuroscience > Computational Neuroscience

Posted by: Gabriel Kreiman

Posted on: 23 Apr 2014

Mind the quantum?

Mind the quantum?

Science > Neuroscience > Computational Neuroscience

Posted by: Gabriel Kreiman

Posted on: 23 Apr 2014

Brain Causality, Emergence And How To Predict The Future

Brain Causality, Emergence And How To Predict The Future

Science > Neuroscience > Computational Neuroscience

Posted by: Gabriel Kreiman

Posted on: 23 Apr 2014

What Makes a Competitive Faculty Application Package?

What makes an application package stand out among 450 other applications? After 3 years of meticulous attempts, I finally have an answer to the question.

Science

Keywords: Succesful faculty applications

Posted by: Fatma Kaplan

Posted on: 22 Apr 2014

Ukraine going green to counter Russia

Engineering > Bioengineering and Biotechnology

Keywords: bioenergy, green energy, Biogas, energy generation

Posted by: Mariia Lvovych

Posted on: 21 Apr 2014

Community involvement in Horizon 2020 Life Science proposals

Community and Horizon 2020 Life Science projects

Society > Management > Entrepreneurship

Keywords: Horizon 2020, research funding

Posted by: Ingemar Pongratz

Posted on: 17 Apr 2014

Frontiers at Experimental Biology 2014

If you're attending Experimental Biology 2014 (27-29 April, San Diego), don't forget stop by the Frontiers & Nature Publishing Group booth #731 for a chance to win a prize and meet our editors!

Science > Pharmacology > Analytical and Experimental Pharmacology

Keywords: Pharmacology, Physiology, plant science, Experimental Biology, San Diego

Posted by: Frontiers Physiology Editorial Office

Posted on: 17 Apr 2014

The eleventh International Tinnitus Seminar in Berlin....

....starts on the 21st of May 2014. We promise you an exciting program, excellent Keynote Speakers and a lot of top-quality social events. Expected are clinical and basic science specialists from...

Health > Neurology > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: Tinnitus, Hearing Loss, Cochlear Implantation, tinnitus conference, tinnitus animal model, Tinnitus and Hyperacousis

Posted by: Agnieszka J. Szczepek

Posted on: 16 Apr 2014

Using Topic Modeling to Disentangle ADHD Subtypes from fMRI Default Mode Data .....

Using Topic Modeling to Disentangle ADHD Subtypes from fMRI Default Mode Data .....

Science > Mathematics > Algebra

Keywords: ADHD, fMRI, fMRI methods, Topic Modeling, non-negative matrix factorization

Posted by: Pamela Douglas

Posted on: 16 Apr 2014

Fractal Material Science

Prof. Benoît B. Mandelbrot (20 November 1924 – 14 October 2010)

Science > Chemistry > Ceramics

Keywords: Physics, Mathematics, fracture mechanics, materilas, Chaos theory, Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics, mechanics, Mechanical Phenomena, Metals, Fractals, fractal analysis, fractal dimension, fractal, Mechanical Behaviour, failure analysis, Cracks, geometry, surface roughness, Surface Properties, Materials Science, Materials characterisation, Materials Testing, Mechanical Properties, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgy

Posted by: Milos Djukic

Posted on: 15 Apr 2014

Frontiers accounts and the Heartbleed security flaw

Science

Keywords: Frontiers, Account Security, OpenSSL, Heatbleed, Heartbleed security flaw

Posted by: Frontiers Support

Posted on: 14 Apr 2014

The Creekside Pet Care Center: Cat Genome Project Offers Health Benefits For Animals And Humans

The Creekside Pet Care Center suggests a new cat genome project offers up a healthcare solution for animals and their owners.

Health > Health Care

Keywords: The Creekside Pet Care Center: Cat Genome Project Offers Health Benefits For Animals And Humans

Posted by: James Jeblon

Posted on: 14 Apr 2014

Hydrogen Embrittlement (HE) Group on LinkedIn and HE Mechanisms Project on ResearchGate

"Hydrogen damages present one of the most complex phenomena of degradation of metallic materials"

Science > Chemistry > Metals and Alloys

Keywords: hydrogen embrittlement, Materials Science, Materials characterisation, Materials Testing, corrosion, Metals, Metallurgy, Mechanical Properties, fracture mechanics, Damaging micromechanisms, Physiscs, Corrosion Research, materials processing, Advanced materials

Posted by: Milos Djukic

Posted on: 13 Apr 2014

Some thoughts about the EU horizon 2020 funding scheme, by Ingemar Pongratz

Some thoughts about the Horizon 2020 funding scheme

Society > Management > Entrepreneurship

Keywords: Horizon 2020

Posted by: Ingemar Pongratz

Posted on: 09 Apr 2014

Simple but wide ranging evolution of drugs testing

More companies than ever before are using drug tests to ensure their employees are free from illegal substances. Looking at the situation from a purely monetary point of view, workers who take...

Engineering > Medical and Laboratory Technology > Clinical Testing and Analysis

Keywords: drugs testing, evolution, employee drug testing

Posted by: Michelle Turner

Posted on: 08 Apr 2014

Frontiers editor Arthur Ragauskas awarded two prestigious prizes

Arthur J. Ragauskas, Associate Editor of Frontiers in Energy Research, wins the TAPPI Gunnar Nicholson Gold Medal Award and the American Chemical Society's Award for Affordable Green Chemistry

Science

Keywords: bioenergy, biofuel, Arthur Ragauskas

Posted by: Frontiers in Energy Research Editorial Office

Posted on: 08 Apr 2014

Health Care Costs Dropping Thanks to Big Data, Reveals Christopher Boone, Avalere

Christopher Boone, Avalere Health executive, explains how Big Data is helping to reduce the costs of health care.

Health > Health Care

Keywords: Health Care Costs Dropping Thanks to Big Data, Reveals Christopher Boone, Avalere

Posted by: James Jeblon

Posted on: 06 Apr 2014

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