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In the last two posts, I have laid out the proposal that endothelial cells seem to actively perceive their environments, and set out the ..read more
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In my last post, I laid out a new project I'm working on about the perceptual life of cells. I spent the day at the Crick Institute ..read more
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Over the summer, at ICPA 2019, I met a computational biologist called Katie Bentley. She is interested in angiogenesis, the cellular level ..read more
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There is a special issue of Ecological Psychology out with contributions from lots of people (including us) on what a Gibsonian ..read more
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Everyone loves Friston's free energy principle (FEP), and everyone wants it for their own. Not everyone can have it, though (well, at ..read more
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Haptics (or proprioception) is the sensory modality built into our bodies; it's provides constant information about the state of the body ..read more
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The field of motor control has been recently steadily moving towards the idea that there is no such thing as an ideal movement. The system ..read more
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