Monthly Archives: January 2018
Eye colour in wild species tends to be fixed, whereas humans and domesticated animals show multiple eye colours. Dr Juan J. Negro, lead author of a recent hypothesis published in Frontiers in Zoology, takes us through why this might be.
Studying human behavior in a laboratory is challenging, and rodents often must suffice as a model in experimental tests. New research in BMC Biology presents an experimental set-up using virtual reality to better understand real human behavior. In this blog, Johannes Fuß, lead author of the study, explains how.