Harvard University - Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology

MCB NEWS TAG: 'NATURE NEUROSCIENCE'

11 stories listed
Cracking the Temporal Code for Smell using Light [Murthy and Uchida Labs] - June 14, 2013
When we sniff an odor, it is first detected by ...
Working Hard or Hardly Working? [Uchida Lab] - April 15, 2013
How many decisions did you have to make today? From ...
Sculpting Sound Space in the Developing Brain - Aug. 12, 2011
Brain functions, such as language, are shaped by experience during ...
The Brain Unplugged - Jan. 19, 2011
At least since the 1950s studies of sensory systems have ...
Mice that Smell Light - Oct. 18, 2010
Olfaction is a critical sense for many animals, guiding their ...
Serotonin and Smell - May 27, 2009
A moment’s introspection reveals that our perceptions and actions ...
Charting Olfaction - Jan. 19, 2009
Our brains generally represent the outside world using ordered maps ...
Engineering Binocularity in the Zebrafish Brain - Sept. 9, 2008
A major outstanding question in neurobiology is how the brain ...
Watching Synapses Change in Animals - June 26, 2008
It is widely assumed that alterations in synaptic connections between ...
Small but Mighty - April 3, 2008
In a behaving animal, the brain processes information from sensory ...
Staying Balanced Among the Chattering Class - April 26, 2006
Neurons are constantly engaged in a chatter of synaptic transmission ...