What sea creatures can tell us about neuroscience

Take a deep dive into the ocean and learn why sea creatures are so important to our understanding of neuroscience ⎮ 25 min listen
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What sea creatures can tell us about neuroscience
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Most of what we know about neuroscience has been worked out from research on animals in the sea. One of those things is vision. Professor Justin Marshall talks about how important sea creatures are to our understanding of neuroscience, particularly vision. And Dr Fanny De Busserolles tells us what we can learn about vision from the creatures that inhabit the deep, dark depths of the oceans here.

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