Children with cancer find hope in UofL vaccine trial
Zach feels “pretty good.” Sam wants to be “done with shots!” And Tyler finds it helps to “just keep thinking that at least I’m getting out of school.”
UofL researchers propose new concept on how brain interprets visual information
One of the many functions of the brain is to collect and process visual information so that people know how to respond to the movement of objects around them. A study published July 21 in The Journal of Neuroscience by researchers at the University of Louisville provides a new concept for how the brain functions to achieve this.
The Inquisitive Investigator
Perched high on a limb of a tree above the rainforest floor, Dr. Steve Yanoviak places a little piece of bait on a branch...