Bay Area Scientists Artfully Present Their Research in Oakland Exhibit
"Experimental Space” is the latest show at Oakland art gallery Aggregate Space, consisting of images and videos created by scientists in the course of their research — learn more from Danna Staaf at KQED Science.
Do pygmy seahorses search for a coral that matches their color, or do they change their color to match the coral?
Learn more in Pygmy Seahorses: Masters of Camouflage, the premiere video for our new science series, Deep Look. Watch on Tuesday, October 21.
People who are in a vegetative state can sometimes have some awareness of their surroundings, but it can be difficult for doctors and family to work out how much when they can’t respond physically or verbally.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge measured 32 patients’ brain activity using an electroencephalograph (EEG) machine. The team analysed the networks of signals between brain regions in a bid to discover what they call “the neural signatures of consciousness”, shown in this image.”