Journal Covers, mal anders (10)

1. August 2014 von Laborjournal

Nature Neuroscience machte sein aktuelles Heft (Vol 17, No. 8) mit einem betont „rattigen“ Hirn auf:

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… Und schrieb dazu:

During sleep, slow-wave activity (SWA) helps consolidate new memories and skills. Gulati and colleagues find that successful control of brain-machine interfaces (BMI) leads to coherent activation of task-relevant units during SWA, and that the more time spent in slow-wave sleep, the better the subsequent control of the BMI task. The cover depicts a sleeping rat as activity related to the control of the BMI is processed offline.

Cover image by Chelsea C. Wong (pp 1019 and 1107)

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