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A new study suggests that neurons are not programmed for a single task, but rather are highly dynamic and agile
The finding reveals a new mechanism for orchestrating neuronal activity
A new study on bats reveals the cells that link our social connections to our internal spatial maps
Researchers identify the cells that orient bats – and possibly humans – toward a destination
A study on bats' flight pinpoints the neurons that tell us which way we are headed
Recent graduate Dr. Michael Yartsev is winning awards for his research at the Weizmann...
The Weizmann Institute findings, obtained using miniature wireless devices, provide the first detailed information on the brain mechanisms of...
Why does a group of brain cells fire in perfect hexagonal patterns?
Israeli scientists fitted fruit bats with the smallest GPS devices in the world to track their flight
Weizmann Institute research reveals that flying bats apply the laws of sonar physics to locate objects in the dark