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The Bat Man: Neuroscience on the fly

Video   Jul 26, 2018 | Nature Video, YouTube

 

Nachum Ulanovsky is a neuroscientist who works with bats. He wants to understand how brains navigate. With tiny implants and wireless data loggers he can watch neurons fire while bats fly. Find out more in this Nature Video.


 
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