“Perceiving and reconstructing odor utility in space and time”: the PROUST hypothesis
How do the constraints of the physical and social environment drive economic decisions and cognitive evolution in squirrels?
Understanding human memory requires an evolutionary perspective – on space and smells.
Parkour learning in wild squirrels, our first paper in squirrel cognitive biomechanics
Masha and Judy in the field with our portable weather stations
Published today – Lucia’s new hypothesis for the function and evolution of the human external nose.
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 begins at UC Hastings in 2018
New funding for captive squirrel research from a Multi-University Research Initiative grant
At second iNav, Lucia proposes a reconsideration of the rhinencephalon.