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Gilles Laurent says: “We set out to measure the output of the brain simply and indirectly by imaging the pixels on the animal’s skin” External link

alphagalileo Friday, October 19, 2018 12:51:00 PM CEST

Gilles Laurent says: “This study opens up a large range of new questions and opportunities” “Some of these concern texture perception and are relevant to the growing field of cognitive computational neuroscience; others help define the precise link between brain activity and behavior, a field called neuroethology; others yet help identify the cellular rules of development involved in tissue morphogenesis. Finally, this work opens a window into the brain of animals whose lineage split from ours over 540 million years ago. Cephalopod brains offer a unique opportunity to study the evolution of another form of intelligence, based on a history entirely independent of the vertebrate lineage for over half a billion years” External link

alphagalileo Friday, October 19, 2018 12:51:00 PM CEST

Laurent Lebreton diz: "Os peixes engolem esse plástico e esses mesmos peixes acabam em nosso prato mais tarde, o plástico se tornou parte da cadeia alimentar" External link

metrojornal Friday, October 19, 2018 5:27:00 AM CEST

David Wagner said: "This study in PNAS is a real wake-up call - a clarion call - that the phenomenon could be much, much bigger, and across many more ecosystems," External link

sciencealert Friday, October 19, 2018 3:36:00 AM CEST

David Wagner said: "It's bewildering, and I'm scared to death that it's actually death by a thousand cuts," "One of the scariest parts about it is that we don't have an obvious smoking gun here" External link

sciencealert Friday, October 19, 2018 3:36:00 AM CEST

David Wagner said: "If anything, I think their results and caveats are understated. The gravity of their findings and ramifications for other animals, especially vertebrates, is hyperalarming," External link

sciencealert Friday, October 19, 2018 3:36:00 AM CEST

Scott Merrill said: "It's a very scary thing," External link

sciencealert Friday, October 19, 2018 3:36:00 AM CEST

Huw Davies said (about Steve Rowley): "Time is passing and we really need to speak to Steve Baxter to build a more accurate picture of what happened in Pendine" External link

cardiffstar Friday, October 19, 2018 2:19:00 AM CEST

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