The Graduate Program in Neurobiology and Behavior provides incoming graduate students with the unique opportunity to explore neurobiology and behavior at the biophysical, molecular, cellular, neural network, neuroethological, or societal level. Whether you are interested in ion channel function, neural development, synaptic transmission, sensory systems, neural networks, animal behavior, animal societies, or chemical ecology, we have individualized programs of study to reflect your research interests.

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  • Data from: How Honey Bee Colonies Survive in the Wild: Testing the Importance of Small Nests and Frequent Swarming 

    Loftus, J Carter; Smith, Michael L; Seeley, Thomas D (2016)
    The ectoparasitic mite, Varroa destructor, and the viruses that it transmits, kill the colonies of European honey bees (Apis mellifera) kept by beekeepers unless the bees are treated with miticides. Nevertheless, there ...
  • The Collapse Times of Tall Multi-story buildings of Constant Cross-scection 

    Howland, Bradford; Howland, Frank M.; Howland, Howard C. (2012-02-03)
    We present a simple mathematical model of the collapse of tall multistory buildings in general and of the world trade center (WTC) towers in particular with the object of predicting the collapse times. In constructing the ...
  • On the Mechanism of the Eye 

    Young, Thomas (Philosophical Transactions, 1801)
    Thomas Young was an English physician and a physicist who was responsible for many important theories and discoveries in optics and in human anatomy. This is a paper written by him that describes the mechanism of the eye ...


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