"Called the Skunk Riot Control Copter, the device is equipped with four compressed air guns each capable of firing twenty rounds per second, giving the drone a maximum firing rate of eighty rounds per second."
some thoughts on "Generation and Evaluation of a Cortical Area Parcellat...
Lately I've been working a bit with the brain parcellation map described in Gordon, et al. (2014), "Generation and Evaluation of a Cortical
fslr: An R Package Interfacing with FSL for Neuroimaging Analysis
I use a set of neuroimaging tools, but my language of choice is R. FSL, which is from the University of Oxford's Functional MRI of the Brain
Magic mushroom mechanism revealed - Health - Northumberland Gazette
“Magic mushrooms could one day be prescribed for depression,” The Independent has today reported. The newspaper said the approach is based o
Neuroscience » Generating LaTeX tables from CSV files
I am very committed to the idea of the reproducibility. The way I understand the term is that there should be a close link between the resul
Particle Swarm: From Cornfield Vectors to Cognitive Radio - Webinars - L...
Particle swarm optimization has evolved from modeling social systems to applications for security and defense. Engineering applications for
Using Pattern Recognition to Enhance Memory and Creativity
The same process that allows us to have better memory than monkeys may ultimately be what makes us human.
The Nature of Consciousness: How the Internet Could Learn to Feel
"Romantic reductionist" neuroscientist Christof Koch discusses the scientific side of consciousness, including the notion that all matter is
Encyclopedia of computational neuroscience - Scholarpedia
Among authors of this encyclopedia are M. Abeles (Synfire chains), V. Braitenberg (Brain), A. Destexhe (High-conductance state), H. Eichenba
Surprising Reasons Why Sleeping with Someone is Better than Sleeping Alone
Couples sleeping on the same bed may live longer and be in better health that people who sleep by themselves, experts say.
Why we ALL have psychic powers: How thought premonitions and telepathy a...
Most people have felt someone looking at them from behind, turned around and met the person’s eyes, says Cambridge scientist Dr Rupert Sheld