In November 2017 Ashley Morhardt organized a Karger Workshop at Hyattsville (USA), entitled “From fossils to function: integrative and diverse approaches to vertebrate evolutionary neuroscience“. The workshop was included in the activities of the J. B. Johnston Club, and papers are now published in Brain Behavior and Evolution. My contribution is a review o […]
From bioarchaeologist Megan Perry come a couple screen shots from Blade Runner 2049:Oh hey, the scapulae are upside down with the socket part of the ball-and-socket joint pointing in towards the middle of the body. Total week 1 rookie osteology mistake!The clavicles are a bit hard to see, but are also wrong, with the lateral end weirdly pointing to the middl […]
Researchers at MIT have developed a new method of electrically stimulating deep brain tissues without opening the skullSince 1997, more than 100,000 Parkinson’s Disease patients have been treated with deep brain stimulation (DBS), a surgical technique that involves the implantation of ultra-thin wire electrodes. The implanted device, sometimes referred to as […]
Nuestra alumna Lorena Fernández Hidalgo ya está en Perú, en el Neotropical Primate Conservation, participando en el convenio de prácticas. Después de unos meses de formación, puede encontrarse en situación...