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Gut instincts: The secrets of your second brain

Gut instincts: The secrets of your second brain | Energy Health | Scoop.it
When it comes to your moods, decisions and behaviour, the brain in your head is not the only one doing the thinking
IT’S been a tough morning. You were late for work, missed a crucial meeting and now...

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Julianna Bonola's curator insight, August 20, 2014 5:50 AM

Mums have known about this one for many years.  How many of us can look at our child and know without doubt, that he or she will be home from school tomorrow?  Question is, how do we know?.  This article describes this process so elegantly.  Have a read!

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Researchers exploit Japanese supercomputer to achieve largest general neuronal network simulation

Researchers exploit Japanese supercomputer to achieve largest general neuronal network simulation | Energy Health | Scoop.it

"Using NEST, the team, led by Markus Diesmann in collaboration with Abigail Morrison both now with the Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine at J-lich, succeeded in simulating a network consisting of 1.73 billion nerve cells connected by 10.4 trillion synapses. To realize this feat, the program recruited 82,944 processors of the K Computer. The process took 40 minutes, to complete the simulation of 1 second of neuronal network activity in real, biological, time."


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The Era of Memory Engineering Has Arrived

The Era of Memory Engineering Has Arrived | Energy Health | Scoop.it
Using a stunning set of molecular neuroscience techniques (no electrode caps involved), scientists have captured specific memories in mice, altered them, and shown that the mice behave in accord wi...
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