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Is the natural world creative? Just take a look around it. Look at the brilliant plumage of tropical birds, the diverse pattern and…
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The European commission's review of the Human Brain Project's first year.
Human Brain Project: first assessment, recommendations and challenges ahead.
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This Hangout On Air is hosted by OpenWorm. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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The monthly general meeting of OpenWorm
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The beauty of pi, in part, is that it puts infinity within reach. Credit Photograph by Jeffrey Coolidge / Getty
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+Matteo Cantarelli talks about +OpenWorm - nice summary of the project!
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Find out more about how Fabien Pinaud and his research team at the University of Southern California​, using Andor's iXon Ultra 897 and TuCam daul image adapter have, for the first time, imaged fluorescent biomolecules at the single molecule level in living adult animals.

http://www.andor.com/learning-academy/single-molecule-imaging-in-live-c-elegans-using-complementation-activated-light-microscopy-application-note
Fabien Pinaud and his research team at the University of Southern California have, for the first time, imaged fluorescent biomolecules at the single molecule level in living adult animals.
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"DeepMind provides new way to investigate how the brain works."
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We're participating in Google Summer of code!  2 days left for applications: 
OpenWorm is participating in Google Summer of Code 2015, via the INCF. We have listed a couple of ideas for our project at the bottom of their ideas list, but technically, any student can propose any project they would like. You can get lots of ideas for projects by looking through the issues ...
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What makes individuals different?  A new guest post by Lav Varshney
Guest blog: Lav R. Varshney Stability of C. elegans neuronal network linear dynamics with respect to changes in wiring Is there much individuality in biology?  Although we are all well aware of phenotype differences among people, even individuals of the species Caenorhabditis elegans differ from one another.  This is even true of genetically identical animals, be they C. elegans or human identical twins.  Although a large part of biology...
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This is bound to sparkle some lively debate on "free will"
Researchers offer an explanation of how a single stimulus can sometimes trigger a different response, even in the same individual.
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