Lori Dajose
Male fruit flies display aggression in a manner similar to humans. Now, Caltech scientists have shown how the flies' threatening behavior is encoded in their brains.
Lori Dajose
A new study shows how a bacterial product in the Drosophila gut is necessary for proper motor function.
Lori Dajose
Caltech researchers show how sound can retroactively induce an optical illusion.
Lori Dajose
The MacArthur Fellowship is awarded to individuals of "outstanding talent."
Lori Dajose
The NIH Director's Pioneer Award, given to "exceptionally creative scientists," is part of its High-Risk, High-Reward Research program.
Emily Velasco
Caltech researchers explore the choice overload effect, a phenomenon that hampers the brain's ability to make a decision when there are too many options.
Emily Velasco
A new study shows that people can separate corrupt politicians from clean ones by simply looking at portraits of the politicians.
Lori Dajose
Fruit flies use the sun to avoid flying in circles, according to new research.
Whitney Clavin
By combining ultrasound, gene therapy, and synthetic drugs, researchers have figured out a way to noninvasively control the brain.
Emily Velasco
Researchers examine testosterone's effect on men's desire for goods that are considered to have social cachet.
Emily Velasco
The approach is a step toward developing a tool for diagnosing conditions like autism, schizophrenia, and anxiety
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