New paper: Animal Cognition, 25th Anniversary Issue
“Perceiving and reconstructing odor utility in space and time”: the PROUST hypothesis
New paper: Squirrel socioeconomics
How do the constraints of the physical and social environment drive economic decisions and cognitive evolution in squirrels?
New paper: Why olfaction matters
Understanding human memory requires an evolutionary perspective – on space and smells.
New paper: Parkour learning in squirrels
Parkour learning in wild squirrels, our first paper in squirrel cognitive biomechanics
New paper: Search strategies in dogs
Masha and Judy in the field with our portable weather stations
The navigational nose
Published today – Lucia’s new hypothesis for the function and evolution of the human external nose.
Judy shows that geckos walk on water
From the New York Times today, a great write-up of Judy's work that she started as a student project in Bob Full's amazing class on biomechanics!"Dr. Nirody, who will start research at Rockefeller University this coming year, and Judy Jinn, were graduate...
Aslan Brown: from squirrels to law
Aslan begins at UC Hastings in 2018
MURI: the science of embodied cognition
New funding for captive squirrel research from a Multi-University Research Initiative grant
iNav 2018 in Quebec
At second iNav, Lucia proposes a reconsideration of the rhinencephalon.