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The software associated with our eLife paper modelling larval taxis is available here: https://github.com/InsectRobotics/larvaTaxisOscillator
In October 2016, CRG organized a prominent meeting in the Basque Culinary Center between Michelin starred chefs and experts in Sensory Neuroscience. During this meeting (http://brainytongue.com/events/eventinfo/), we discussed the role learning plays in our perception of aromas and flavors. CRG … Continue reading
We approached two laboratories where the lay public, school and high school kids, as well as students in biology-teacher programs are trained in laboratory experiments located in Berlin and Lübeck, Germany, respectively (the NatLab Berlin, and the LoLa Lübeck: http://www.bcp.fu-berlin.de/natlab/ … Continue reading
Read our four page final report summary here. You can also see the papers published to date here – keep checking back as a number of further papers are in press, in review, and in preparation!
The final review meeting will be held in Edinburgh, where we will present the results of the project, include demonstrations of several robot systems. The public summary of the project can be viewed here.
July 25th 09:00 Arrival at LIN, introductory remarks 09:15 Manos Paisios, LIN: Improvements on the collision resolution / tracking pipeline 09:45 Ayse Yarali, LIN: Neural circuits of relief-learning 10:15 Timo Saumweber/ Bertram Gerber, LIN: News from the larval-MBE screen 10:45 … Continue reading
Two papers describing and modelling the behaviour of the larva have been recently published by UEDIN: A Model of Drosophila Larva Chemotaxis A Davies, M Louis, B Webb PLoS Comput Biol 11 (11), e1004606 Searching for motifs in the behaviour … Continue reading
The publishable summary from our successful periodic review is available here.
The next MINIMAL consortium meeting will be held on Friday 24th July, at the Informatics Forum, Edinburgh, in room 1.16. Timetable: 9:00 arrival 9:30 Update from LIN (Michael Schleyer) 10:00 Update from CRG (Nicole Voges) 10:30 Update from BRAINWAVE (Manuela … Continue reading