Scientists from IISc investigate the neural mechanisms of object permanence in the visual system of the monkey macaque brain.
ACCS 2016 brought together experts from a wide variety of fields for talks, posters and discussion sessions on cognitive sciences from 3-5 October 2016 at IIT Gandhinagar.
The Chandipura Virus (CHPV) has been associated with outbreaks of encephalitic illness in central India, the most recent of which killed 183 people in 2003. Studies in mice provide insights into the molecular and cellular mechanisms of the CHPV infection.
Study of a rare genetic disorder by researchers from IGIB, Delhi provides key insights on intermediary steps from a mutation to disease manifestation.
The recent Bangalore Cognition Workshop brought together experts from various disciplines of cognition and students from leading institutions around the country from Jun 19-Jul 2, 2016.
The annual Cell-Press TNQ lecture: “Illuminating the Brain” by Karl Deisseroth, Stanford University, drew a large audience in Bangalore.
Ipsita Herlekarreports on a recent study from the National Centre for Biological Studies (NCBS), Bangalore, in which researchers have identified mechanical connections in the thorax that enable a fly to achieve precise control and coordination of the wing and body movements.
This article was first published in NCBS news.