Posts Tagged ‘neuroscience’
 
 
 
brain networks
 
cool runnings 61 title
cool runnings 61 title
cool runnings 61 title

AD-ENM server: computing with elastic network models

        http://enm.lobos.nih.gov/ Modelers run into trouble when very high degree of freedom models need to be calculated. Not many of us have supercomputers to use, or even access to one. So theoreticians a...
 
brain networks
 
Cool runnings 60 preferred photo
Cool runnings 60 preferred photo
Cool runnings 60 preferred photo

Fun with oscillations

http://www.myphysicslab.com/spring1.html Oscillations are an ubiquitous – shall we say archetypal – form for which Mother Nature has special fondness. I recall a discussion by physicist Richard Feynman where he stated somet...
 
altered states
 
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cool runnings 58 preferred pix
cool runnings 58 preferred pix

Get relaxed and that’s an order!

            http://www.eegproject.com/index.html In his best-selling book PSYCHO-CYBERNETICS, Dr. Maxwell Maltz introduced the Relaxation Response, a volitional program for turning OFF the fight-fl...

 
abnormal psych
 
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cool runnings 57  main pix
cool runnings 57  main pix

Quora, when you just have to have intelligent responses

              https://www.quora.com/ You are obsessed with a question. Your sleep is interrupted. When you are sleeping, you dream about the question. You have discussed it with all the usual ...
 
artificial intelligence
 
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cool runnings 53 premier pix
cool runnings 53 premier pix

mCRL2: Are there process algebras in our brain?

  When Cool Runnings had its one year birthday recently, we took time to reflect on what kind of sites we had come to particularly value. They had to do with neuroscience, of course, and when possible, with consciousness s...
 
abnormal psych
 
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cool runnings 38 premier picture
cool runnings 38 premier picture

See cartoons: The new New Yorker science site

  Dramatic pictures and funny cartoons! Serious science and trending technology! Snappy editing and peppy prose! How would you pitch such a thing? Like combining National Geographic, Scientific American and The New Yorker ...

 
Cool Runnings
 
cool runnings 53 david acheson
cool runnings 53 david acheson
cool runnings 53 david acheson

The secret of all life: Differential equations

When British mathematician and educator David Acheson was in elementary school, his biology teacher, Ms. H., always gave the same test questions each week. Question 23 was What is the secret of all life? Her answer was chloroph...
 
computational neuroscience
 
COOL RUNNINGS is 1 year old!
COOL RUNNINGS is 1 year old!
COOL RUNNINGS is 1 year old!

Using tetration for recursion: more movement for brain science

                          The problem of conceptualizing movement is one of the oldest human problems. Conceptual models are first static, and only grudgingly ach...
 
brain experiments
 
Mandelbrot set: Graphics created in R with 14 
lines of code.
Mandelbrot set: Graphics created in R with 14 
lines of code.
Mandelbrot set: Graphics created in R with 14 
lines of code.

R: free software programming language for statistics and graphics

              Statistical analysis has been a bête noire for many students in neuroscience. And yet of all the maths available, statistical analysis has been the real work horse for neuroscie...

 
altered states
 
cool runnings 49 nasruddin
cool runnings 49 nasruddin
cool runnings 49 nasruddin

Mental physics

                          Mullah Nasruddin embodies the way of the wise fool to which one aspires  with increasing maturity: One day, people saw Mullah Nasruddin...