Revista Scientific American Febrero 2019. Inglés

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Revista Scientific American Febrero 2019. Inglés

How the Brain Reads Faces
Brain regions that process faces reveal deep insights into the neural mechanisms of vision

When I was in high school, I learned one day about the density of curves in an introductory course on calculus. A simple pair of differential equations that model the interactions of predators and prey can give rise to an infinite number of closed curves picture concentric circles, one nested within another, like a bull’s eye. What is more, the density of these curves varies depending on their location.

Fragrant Genes of Extinct Flowers Have Been Brought Back to Life
The genes of Hawaiian plants, extinct for more than a century, have been brought back from the dead. Today we can smell their scents

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Revista Scientific American Febrero 2019. Inglés

How the Brain Reads Faces
Brain regions that process faces reveal deep insights into the neural mechanisms of vision

When I was in high school, I learned one day about the density of curves in an introductory course on calculus. A simple pair of differential equations that model the interactions of predators and prey can give rise to an infinite number of closed curves picture concentric circles, one nested within another, like a bull’s eye. What is more, the density of these curves varies depending on their location.

Fragrant Genes of Extinct Flowers Have Been Brought Back to Life
The genes of Hawaiian plants, extinct for more than a century, have been brought back from the dead. Today we can smell their scents