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You and the tiny zebrafish have a lot in common. At least, your brains do.
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You’re trying to feel your tongue now, aren’t you? Let the trigeminal ganglion do what it does.
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Fish eyes’ stored stem cells could give clues to develop potential therapies for an injured mammalian eye.
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Welcome to the crossroads of the optic nerves.
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Special sensory organs allow fish to detect the slightest vibrations in the water around them.
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These small fish have plenty to teach us about the brain.
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Fish have specialized cells that help them detect movement in the water so they don't end up as dinner.
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What can squids, slugs and other sea critters teach us about the human brain?
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Dr. Jerald Harris is Professor of Geology and Director of Paleontology at Dixie State College, and an expert in the esoteric science of identifying fossil footprints (ichnology). From these empty impressions in stone, he brings to life the extinct animals that made them millions of years before man first walked the earth.
The scientist discusses his shocking research with electric fish.
  • People Behind the Science
  • 34 min
Aiming for a moving target means compensating for your brain's own tardiness.
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Melina Hale explains how her research on zebrafish is helping to advance brain research.
  • National Science Foundation