Pavlovian Experiments on Locusts Provide New Clues on How Smell Works in The Brain

From the smell of brewing coffee to the smell of rain soaking the soil, the distinction of smells is one of the reasons why the sense of smell is wonderful. But how our brain can understand smells like coffee, regardless of the season, place or time, is a complex question that needs to be answered. … Read more

Researcher works with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to strengthen military and civilian earthen structures – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Building materials have remained relatively unchanged since the invention of cement in the early 19th centuryth century. This can have significant shortcomings for overseas military structures. Building materials have remained relatively unchanged since the invention of cement in the early 19th centuryth century. This can have significant shortcomings for overseas military structures. Building military infrastructure … Read more