• Dr. SejnowskiBehind the boom in machine learning (Axios, 12/4/17)
        TDLC Co-Director Dr. Terry Sejnowski discusses machine learning at the Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) Conference being held on Dec. 4-9, 2017, in Long Beach, CA. Read more Info about NIPS

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      • Advances to brain-interface technology provide clearer insight into visual system
        Carnegie Mellon University engineers and cognitive neuroscientists have demonstrated that a new high-density EEG can capture the brain's neural activity at a higher spatial resolution than ever before. TDLC investigators Drs. Michael Tarr and Marlene Behrmann participated in the study! More(Science Daily, 12/4/17) Click here to read the publication.

      • Isabel GauthierVisual intelligence is not the same as IQ
        A new study by TDLC's Dr. Isabel Gauthier and her team shows for the first time that there is a broad range of differences in people’s visual ability and that these variations are not associated with individuals’ general intelligence, or IQ. Click here to read more! (Research News at Vanderbilt, 11/7/17) Photo credit: Vanderbilt


      • Cluster mapSMART: Facial recognition for molecular structures
        An interdisciplinary team of researchers at UC San Diego has developed a method to identify the molecular structures of natural products that is faster and more accurate than existing methods. Drs. Zhang and Gerwick teamed up with TDLC's Dr. Gary Cottrell for the project. Read more Click here to view the article in Scientific Reports. Additional article in CalIT2 News: Finding a Faster, More Accurate Way to Identify Molecular Structures of Natural Products. Image above: The SMART cluster map. Credit: UC San Diego. (Phys Org, 10/31/17).

      • IBM Research and UC San Diego Collaborate to Advance the Use of Artificial Intelligence for Healthy Living (9/28/17)
        TDLC investigator Virginia de Sa, Ph.D., will lead the Healthy Aging project with Laurel Riek, Ph.D., and TDLC co-Director Andrea Chiba, Ph.D., is part of the team. More

      • New research highlights:
        Video Game Training to Improve Eye Gaze Behavior in Children with Autism
        Researchers devise experiments to improve the motor planning and execution capabilities of children with autism. More

      • The TDLC Newsletter - August 2017 - is now available!

      • New kinds of brain cells revealed
        "Salk Institute and UC San Diego scientists have, for the first time, profiled chemical modifications of DNA molecules in individual neurons." Using a molecular method, they are able to identify groups of neurons with different functions. Dr. Terry Sejnowski is part of the research team. (Salk News, 8/10/17). More

      • Dr. Terry SejnowskiSalk neuroscientist receives new NSF award to model the brain (8/8/17, Salk News)
        TDLC Director Terry Sejnowski, together with the California Institute of Technology, will receive over $1 million over 3 years from the National Science Foundation to pursue advanced modeling of the brain. More
        (Image: Dr. Terry Sejnowski; Credit: Salk Institute)

      • Spacing out instruction for more effective learning:
        Revisiting material after days and weeks helps us remember better

        This article discusses research on the spacing effect. It includes a study by TDLC's Drs. Mozer and Pashler (with colleagues) that shows that spacing out learning over time "has the potential to double retention over timescales relevant to school or college courses." Read more about the spacing effect! (npj Science of Learning Community Digest, 8/8/17)

      • Gary Cottrell, Ph.D.CSE Professor Honored with Cognitive Science Society Fellowship
        TDLC Director Dr. Gary Cottrell has been elected a Fellow of the Cognitive Science Society, an honor reflecting his "impact on the Cognitive Science community and... sustained record of excellence in research contributions." (7/31/17) Read more from the Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Newsletter at UC San Diego (2nd story)

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