Scientists find evidence for a surprising power law in the brain, which may help us see both smaller details and the big picture.
Modern neuroscience research focuses largely on a handful of organisms, including rodents, worms and flies. But some researchers argue that reaching beyond these ‘usual suspects’ is essential for identifying common principles in neural function.
A new mathematical framework aims to decipher how the structure of a neural network shapes the activity patterns it creates.
Are two pups playing or fighting? The answer is not always clear, but new automated methods can characterize social interactions in a more quantifiable way than ever before.
Check out these talks and workshops featuring investigators from the Simons Collaboration on the Global Brain.