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  • Black in X Addresses Long-Standing Inequity in STEM
    Black in X Addresses Long-Standing Inequity in STEM
    In a year of racial tumult, Black scientists are uniting for visibility and action. 
    Black in X Addresses Long-Standing Inequity in STEM
    Black in X Addresses Long-Standing Inequity in STEM

    In a year of racial tumult, Black scientists are uniting for visibility and action. 

    In a year of racial tumult, Black scientists are uniting for visibility and action. 

    neuroscience
    Zebra Finches Recognize the Calls of Over 40 Fellow Finches
    Zebra Finches Recognize the Calls of Over 40 Fellow Finches
    Amanda Heidt | Nov 13, 2020
    Their ability to distinguish between individuals is strong evidence for fast mapping, a learning tool generally thought to belong only to humans.
    Single-cell Secrets
    Single-cell Secrets
    The Scientist Creative Services Team | Oct 30, 2020
    Single-cell research reveals new insights into SARS-CoV-2, the opioid crisis, neurogenesis, and fertility.
    New Tracer Gives Clear Picture of Alzheimer&rsquo;s and Other Dementias
    New Tracer Gives Clear Picture of Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias
    Ian Le Guillou | Oct 29, 2020
    An imaging agent reveals aggregated tau protein in the brain during PET scans and could improve the diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases, particularly tauopathies.
    This Ogre-Faced Spider Can Hear Prey Through Its Legs
    This Ogre-Faced Spider Can Hear Prey Through Its Legs
    Katarina Zimmer | Oct 29, 2020
    The tropical net-casting spider Deinopis spinosa joins several other arachnid species that can hear sounds from afar without the help of a web, or even ears—an ability that aids its unique hunting tactics.
    Book Excerpt from <em>The Nature of Fear</em>
    Book Excerpt from The Nature of Fear
    Daniel T. Blumstein | Oct 21, 2020
    In the book’s prologue, author Daniel T. Blumstein explains his introduction to the study of fear.
    Breaking Down Barriers
    Breaking Down Barriers
    The Scientist Creative Services Team | Oct 19, 2020
    Looking at the future of neurodegeneration research!
    Serotonin and Dopamine Linked to Decision-Making: Study
    Serotonin and Dopamine Linked to Decision-Making: Study
    Amanda Heidt | Oct 16, 2020
    In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers monitored subsecond changes in levels of the neurotransmitters in the human brain, unlocking new insight into their function.
    Study Points to Novel Role for Microglia in Down Syndrome
    Study Points to Novel Role for Microglia in Down Syndrome
    Catherine Offord | Oct 6, 2020
    Overactive immune cells identified in a mouse model and in postmortem human brain tissue may offer a potential therapeutic target for cognitive delays associated with the condition, researchers report.
    The Chemistry of Morality
    The Chemistry of Morality
    The Scientist Staff | Oct 1, 2020
    Feature author Paul J. Zak, a neuroeconomist at Claremont Graduate University, discusses the role of oxytocin in mammalian social behavior in a 2011 TED Talk.
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