Researchers at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience of the Higher School of Economics have proposed to train transplanted muscles in advance with new movements so that the brain can learn to use them more quickly after autotransplantation. The results of the study on the prospects of this approach were published in the article ‘Perspectives for the Use of Neurotechnologies in Conjunction with Muscle Autotransplantation in Children’.
Friday, October 23
Laboratory of Algebraic Geometry Weekly Seminar: Cecile Gachet 'Positivity of the tangent bundle on varieties with trivial canonical class'
Saturday, October 24