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Gandolini et al (2012) investigated whether changing running technique or wearing sports shoes might lower the forces exerted on feet and legs during foot-strike. 

In biomedical research human diseases are commonly modeled in rodents such as mice. Their small size, however, poses technical challenges for physiological recordings. This study proposes a new...

Learn about the 2012 Craw-Fly workshop and techniques covered in the course. 

If you regularly take time to enjoy the outdoors then chances are you’ll benefit in a number of ways both mentally and physically. This study explores some of the mechanisms responsible for this in a...

Internal anal sphincter muscle tissue was engineered from human smooth muscle cells with a view to investigating viable replacement sphincter tissue for patients with incontinence. 

Cognitive enhancing drugs offer symptomatic relief from mental fatigue and cognitive decline in early-stage brain diseases. This study shows the how a novel cognitive enhancing drug, ST101, exerts...

This study reports on findings that lead-toxicity causes Parkinsonian-like symptoms, which were partly explained through changes in  neuronal firing patterns in a part of the brain called the...

This study investigated whether EEMD-matched filter signal analysis techniques, applied to visual-evoked potentials, would yield improved information transfer rates that would more easily allow a...

Behavioral mimicry is an important element of human social interaction – but what drives it? This study shows that perceived reward has a powerful influence on how we mimic facial expressions in...

Over a decade ago the rubber hand illusion was discovered. Since then, studies have investigated the neurophysiological and cognitive basis for the body-ownership illusion. This study investigated...

Do particular extremes of emotions generate signature autonomic changes? If so, 'reading' people's physiological responses could provide insight into emotional status. Henderson et al (2012) examined...

This paper shows that the link between psychological stress and hyperalgesia is partly mediated by overactive spinomedullary processing pathways.

This study used retroviral delivery of transcription factors to convert cardiac fibroblasts into cardiac myocytes, in a mouse model of myocardial infarction. 

The goal of this research was to test the viability of a novel artificial mouth and tongue device, which may have potential applications in the food and flavor industry. 

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