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Vision-Space: Retinal Receptor Function 3

Muller cells and an independent mechanobiological function to vision? Implicit visual awareness indicates that there is a ‘ghost process’ in the system that ...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary Developmental Biology

Keywords: Mechanotransduction, Cellular, Muller cells

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 19 Dec 2016

Vision-Space: The Protagonists

Working towards a relationship model of the dynamical systems governing human awareness: There appear to be 3 players or protagonists. 3 dynamical systems in...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Theoretical Ecology

Keywords: Dynamical Systems Theory, Neuroscience, Experiential ontology, Fine art, vision science

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 18 Mar 2015

Cell Press Neuron Video Abstract - Dr. Mirko Santello, Dr. Paola Bezzi and Prof. Andrea Volterra

This video shows how glial cells are controlling the signal strength of neurons by the release of glutamate but only under the presence of TNF alpha. The crucial role of TNF alpha is shown with...

Science > Neuroscience > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: astrocyte, TNFalpha, Synaptic Transmission

Posted by: MIRKO SANTELLO

Posted on: 09 Aug 2014

Vision-Space: Our self-organizing mind, 1/f noise and a possible role for ipRGC receptor functions

Vision-Space is a new form of illusionary articulating a form of spatial saliency that I believe accounts for implicit spatial awareness. According to conven...

Science > Cell and Developmental Biology > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: intrinsically photosensitive ganglion cells, pink noise, Visual art, vision science, Neurosciences, Fractals, self organized criticality

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 04 Jul 2014

Dynamics of Olfactory Neural Codes

In our study we construct the olfactory neural network wiring from data and establish a dynamical model for olfactory neural codes. For more information please contact: Dr. Eli Shlizerman...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Ecosystems Ecology

Keywords: Data-driven Modeling, data-driven decision making, dimensionality reduction, Olfactory Neural Coding, neuronal networks, insect olfaction, odor discrimination, networks, network dynamics, functional connectomics, olfactory dynamics, coherent structures

Posted by: Eli Shlizerman

Posted on: 20 Jun 2014

NIC@IIT Smart Nanobioimaging

An Advanced NanoBioImging Center specialized in Multiphoton and Super resolution microscopy within the framework of Live Cell Imaging

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: supermicroscopy

Posted by: Alberto Diaspro

Posted on: 08 Jun 2014

[International version] Dr. Corette Wierenga

Science > Neuroscience > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: inhibitory synapses, two-photon microscopy

Posted by: Corette J Wierenga

Posted on: 31 Mar 2014

Frontiers Peer Review - fair, collaborative and transparent

Frontiers is pleased to announce the release of its new, revolutionary Interactive Review Forum with enhanced features and upgraded software to enhance and ease the collaborative dialogue between...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Comparative and Environmental Physiology

Keywords: Peer Review, scholarly publishing, Open Science, Open access, Evaluation, Academic Journals

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 12 Feb 2014

Vision Space: Mechanobiology of brain function

Vision-Space theory suggests the requirement for an independent processing system to be operational within the brain. The suggestion is that the proposed sec...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Ecosystems Ecology

Keywords: mechanobiology, Visual awareness, Phenomenal field, Visual Pathways, differentiation, Synthesis

Posted by: John Richard Jupe

Posted on: 07 Feb 2014

A key enzyme in Alzheimer's disease moves along neurons in a unique way

A new study from the lab of Gopal Thinakaran has shown that BACE1, a key enzyme that contributes to Alzheimer's disease, travels in a previously unknown way ...

Science > Cell and Developmental Biology > Cellular Neuroscience

Posted by: Virginie Buggia-Prevot

Posted on: 25 Jan 2014

Unidirectional Transport of Internalized BACE1 in Dendrites - Buggia-Prevot et al. Cell Reports 2013

After internalization in endosomes, the Alzheimer's disease-related protein BACE1 undergoes unidirectional transport in dendrites toward the cell body although the total pool of BACE1 is able to move...

Science > Neuroscience > Cellular Neuroscience

Posted by: Virginie Buggia-Prevot

Posted on: 12 Jan 2014

Reciprocal circuits for excitation and inhibition of fear in the brain

A talk presented by Dr. Stephen Maren (Texas A&M University) at the 1st Nencki Symposium on Jerzy Konorski Contributions to Modern Neuroscience. Additional talks and information can be obtained...

Science > Neuroscience > Behavioral Neuroscience

Keywords: emotion, Memory, Amygdala, Hippocampus, Prefrontal Cortex, Fear conditioning, extinction, Immunohistochemistry, catFISH, freezing behavior, retrograde transneuronal tracing, Rats, Brain, behavioral neurophysiology, single-unit recordings, context, renewal

Posted by: Stephen Maren

Posted on: 04 Jan 2014

Neuronal migration: Leading process actin flows away from the cell body during nucleokinesis.

Leading process actin (arrow) moves toward the distal leading process during nucleokinesis. The line indicates the initial position of the nucleus. The nucleus is seemingly drawn forward by leading...

Science > Neuroscience > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: neuronal migration, Actin Cytoskeleton, GnRH neurons

Posted by: Bruce Ian Hutchins

Posted on: 02 Jan 2014

Complex spikes in the cerebellum of an awake mouse

The calcium indicator OGB-1/AM was bolus-loaded in the anterior cerebellar vermis and complex spike associated calcium transients were recorded from Purkinje...

Science > Neuroscience > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: OGB-1, Cerebellum, complex spike, Mouse

Posted by: Tycho Hoogland

Posted on: 03 Oct 2013

GCaMP2 expressed in Bergmann glia of the mouse cerebellum

An adenovirus was used to express GCaMP-2 in the mouse cerebellum. Radially expanding wavs are observed encompassing multiple Bergmann glia fibers. (real tim...

Science > Neuroscience > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: GCaMP, Bergmann glia, Cerebellum, two-photon microscopy

Posted by: Tycho Hoogland

Posted on: 03 Oct 2013

Alzheimer's Disease - Episode 2: Dementia and the Toxins that Destroy Memory and Learning

Episode 2: A Journey into Alzheimer's Disease: (A Five Part Series) Dr. William L. Klein, an Alzheimer's Disease researcher at Northwestern University and winner of a Zenith award from the...

Science > Neuroscience > Cellular Neuroscience

Keywords: Neuroscience, Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Brain, dr burtness, northwestern university, Alzheimer's Association

Posted by: LG Taylor

Posted on: 20 Aug 2013

POMC Neuron Heterogeneity

POMC neurons of hypothalamic arcuate nucleus regulate food intake, energy homeostasis and glucose metabolism. Joel Elmquist and colleagues describe their new...

Science > Cell and Developmental Biology > Cellular Neuroscience

Posted by: Kevin W Williams

Posted on: 19 Aug 2013

Gaute Einevoll og Human Brain Project

Gaute Einevoll and the Human Brain Project

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: Human Brain Project, Norway, FET Flagship, HBP, EU commission

Posted by: Human Brain Project (HBP)

Posted on: 23 May 2013

Benefits of Open Access

BioMed Central's authors and editors discuss the benefits of open access publishing Watch this in Widescreen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKkrdn_GrQo

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Posted by: Judyta Sorokowska

Posted on: 09 May 2013

FACULTI FILM - Dima Bolmatov on States of matter developments

Recent advances in fundamental understanding and description of three phases of matter: solid, liquid and gas states.

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: Basic states of matter

Posted by: Dima Bolmatov

Posted on: 29 Apr 2013

Campus-TV: Das Human Brain Project

Campus-TV berichtet in der März-Sendung 2013 über das Human Brain Project. Mit dem Forschungsziel, die komplexen Funktionsprinzipien des menschlichen Gehirns Stück für...

Science > Neuroscience > Aging Neuroscience

Keywords: Karlheinz Meier, Human Brain Project, neuromorphic computing, fet flaship, University of Heidelberg

Posted by: Human Brain Project (HBP)

Posted on: 26 Mar 2013

g.HIamp - pathbreaking technology

The g.HIamp is a multi-channel biosignal amplifier. -256 channels perfectly synchronized with 24 Bit -supports active and passive EEG electrodes and ECoG grids -CE certified medical product / FDA...

Science > Neuroscience > Aging Neuroscience

Posted by: Christoph Guger

Posted on: 26 Feb 2013

Open Access Publishing Strategies, Options and Issues for Scholar Publishers

David Solomon* and Caroline Sutton** *Michigan State University, **Co-Action Publishing More videos from the COASP 2009 conference are available here: http:/...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Posted by: Judyta Sorokowska

Posted on: 22 Feb 2013

Open Access Explained!

What is open access? Nick Shockey and Jonathan Eisen take us through the world of open access publishing and explain just what it's all about. Make sure to w...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: Frontiers, Open access, Open Science, scholarly publishing, peer-review

Posted by: Judyta Sorokowska

Posted on: 19 Feb 2013

President Shimon Peres at the 19th Knesset Opening Ceremony

President Shimon Peres of Israel speaks about the critical importance of the brain research, and the Human Brain Project. He expresses that he is proud the central Israelies are a part of the...

Science > Ecology and Evolution > Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology

Keywords: Human Brain Project

Posted by: Human Brain Project (HBP)

Posted on: 07 Feb 2013

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