February 10, 2013 3:02
Biologists first saw in real time, how the brain works in hunting fish. See the "thought" of fish came through the jellyfish gene encoding a glowing protein, says Gizmodo.
Biologists from the Japanese National Institute of Genetics, were the first to capture in real time how the transmission of nerve impulses in the subcortical centers of the brain of fish responsible for the analysis of visual signals at the moment hunting. New technology to visualize cellular signaling interaction of neurons, promises to be an effective tool in the study of brain processes underlying perception, memory, analysis and decision-making.