How does the brain control the voice (Research)

A particular neuronal circuit in the brains of bats controls their vocalizations. Based on the rhythm with which the circuit oscillated, researchers were able to predict the kind of sounds the bats were about to make. These research results could contribute to a better understanding of human diseases in which language is impaired such as Parkinson’s or Tourette syndrome.

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Sharks under worldwide threat from over fishing

Over 150 scientists from 26 countries combined movement data from nearly 2,000 sharks tracked with satellite tags. Using this tracking information, researchers identified areas of the ocean that were important for multiple species, shark ‘hot spots’, that were located in ocean frontal zones, boundaries in the sea between different water masses that are highly productive and food-rich.

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