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Jenny Nichols accepting the Cheryll Tickle Medal

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Labelling the embryonic neural crest in frogs: As an embryo, this tadpole received a neural crest tissue graft on its right side from a Green Fluorescent Protein transgenic donor embryo. As a result, the neural crest-derived structures, such as the jaws, glow green on only one side of its head.

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Marmoset brain with Areas 25 and 32 highlighted

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Angela Roberts, featured in the video, receiving the 2017 Openness Award

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Firing fields of a grid cell recorded in two enclosures, a rectangle (above) and a left trapezoid (below). The north and east walls of the two boxes have the same dimensions but a corner has been shaved off the rectangle to create the trapezoid. The displacement of the left wall has affected the grid fields close to that wall but has had little effect on those on the right side of the enclosure. The field in the trapezoid has a perfect triangular grid structure as shown by the overlaid gray triangles while the shift of the left wall moves several fields (see white arrows) and distorts the grid.

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During the day neuronal connections in the brain are created and strengthened as we interact with our environment. New information, concepts and memories are encoded in those dynamic neuronal connections. While brains have an immense storage capacity, the continuous bombardment of sensory inputs during the day and the high energetic cost of storing information make it intuitively obvious that there have to be certain rules dictating which information is relevant enough to be stored and which will be ignored or forgotten. In this issue, González-Rueda et al., show that this could occur during sleep. Using in vivo electrophysiology and optical stimulation in mice, González-Rueda et al., found that the specific brain activity that occurs during slow-wave-sleep promotes the weakening of unimportant connections while maintaining the strongest synaptic weights of connections encoding essential information. The drawing shows an intricate neuronal network of an awake mouse (left) and the same network following sleep-mediated input-specific synaptic pruning (right). Artwork by Hugo González-Rueda.

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The lab throwing an olfactory cocktail party at Cambridge Science week 2018.

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Schematic representation of the lab focus: we study the interactions between organisms and the environment, and how neuronal plasticity is shaped by and shapes them.

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morphological heterogeneity of bulbar dopaminergic neurons (Adapted from Galliano et al, eLife 2018)

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Predatory attack of two miniature dipteran species, here seen intercepting a dummy target. Above: Holcocephala fusca. Below: Coenosia attenuata

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Xenopus embryo cross-section with labelled cell nuclei

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