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    • Capuchin monkeys learn to use information equally well from individual exploration and social demonstration 

      Kean, Donna; Renner, Elizabeth; Atkinson, Mark; Caldwell, Christine A (2022-09-05) - Journal article
      The limited evidence of complex culture in non-human primates contrasts strikingly with human behaviour. This may be because non-human primates fail to use information acquired socially as effectively as they use information ...
    • Cenozoic evolution of deep ocean temperature from clumped isotope thermometry 

      Meckler, A N; Sexton, P F; Piasecki, A M; Leutert, T J; Marquardt, J; Ziegler, M; Agterhuis, T; Lourens, L J; Rae, J W B; Barnet, J; Tripati, A; Bernasconi, S M (2022-07-01) - Journal article
      Characterizing past climate states is crucial for understanding the future consequences of ongoing greenhouse gas emissions. Here, we revisit the benchmark time series for deep ocean temperature across the past 65 million ...
    • Cyclic nucleotide signaling in phage defense and counter-defense 

      Athukoralage, Januka S.; White, Malcolm F. (2022-09) - Journal article
      Advances in our understanding of prokaryotic antiphage defense mechanisms in the past few years have revealed a multitude of new cyclic nucleotide signaling molecules that play a crucial role in switching infected cells ...
    • Application of near-infrared spectroscopy in human elite freedivers while deep diving on a single breath hold 

      Ruesch, Alexander; McKnight, J. Chris; Mulder, Eric; Wu, Jingyi; Balfour, Steve; Shinn-Cunningham, Barbara G.; Schagatay, Erika; Kainerstorfer, Jana M. (SPIE, 2021-12-09) - Conference item
      Near-infrared spectroscopy was used to observe the cerebral hemodynamic response of freedivers during single breath-hold training dives. We observed variability in hemodynamic progression, and heartbeat shape changes with ...
    • No evidence for magnetic alignment in domestic dogs in urban parks 

      Rouviere, Anna; Ruxton, Graeme D. (2021-12-07) - Journal article
      Spontaneous Magnetic Alignment (SMA), or the phenomenon by which animals orientate their bodies non-randomly with respect to a magnetic field, has been demonstrated in many taxa. While a 2013 study could only detect SMA ...