The image shows the neurons which send the hunting impulse to the movement control area in the zebrafish brain.

Which Dot Will They Hunt?

Researchers shed light on the neural circuitry involved in the behavior which allows young zebrafish to capture their prey.
The image is a photo of a dragonfly.

Dragonflies on the Hunt Display Complex Choreography

Using motion capture techniques to track dragonflies as they hunt their prey, researchers found the insect's movement is guided by internal models of its own body and the anticipated movements of its prey.
This image shows green neurons in the background and an illustration of a mouse infront.

Coping with Stress

Researchers discover miR19b modulates behavioral response to chronic stress in mice.
The image shows the seesaw circuit.

Tipping the Balance of Behavior

Researchers discover antagonistic neuron populations in the amygdala of mice which controls whether the animals engage in social behavior or asocial repetitive self grooming.