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[23 Dec 12: 13:20]
Inbox zero! I don't even remember the last time I could say that!

[06 Aug 12: 14:21]
Phew! Done with nine 20min oral exams, three more to go. To be continued tomorrow...

[14 Oct 11: 11:45]
Just received an email from a computer science student - with an AOL email address?

[03 Jul 11: 22:26]
Google citation alerts suck: I just found out by accident I rolled over h-index of 13 and 500 citations http://blogarchive.brembs.net/citations.php

[21 May 11: 18:14]
6.15pm: Does god have Alzheimer? No #rapture in Europe...

[01 May 11: 11:31]
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Prep. #10: the most boring control of them all - usually
Obviously, when you just observe the experiment and don't do anything to it at all, that's the most boring experiment one can think of. Nothing happens, in my special case of attempting to establish operant learning in ...[more]
leech   operant   nervous system   neuroscience   learning   decision-making   
Posted on Wednesday 15 September 2010 - 02:36:31

Prep. #11: more supporting evidence
As the three people reading this blog know, I'm currently trying hard to somehow establish operant learning in isolated leech ganglia. This is preparation number eleven after some initial trying-out and getting used to t...[more]
leech   operant   nervous system   neuroscience   learning   decision-making   
Posted on Thursday 16 September 2010 - 05:17:01

The final week: the data so far
I've skipped blogging about the last two preparations in my seemingly endless quest towards establishing operant learning in isolated leech ganglia, because they both were very frustrating: in contrast to the previous pr...[more]
leech   operant   nervous system   neuroscience   learning   decision-making   
Posted on Monday 20 September 2010 - 07:46:46

Arrived in La Jolla
For the next six weeks I'll be staying in sunny southern California to pe