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Lettuce Travels Through Time And Space In New Video For ‘Crush’ [Watch]

first_imgIn 2015, Lettuce blew funk fans away with their new album release, Crush. The album featured everything we love about Lettuce in one place, the high powered energy and mind-altering psychedelia, dripping with the band’s patented brand of sexy funk jamming. As Lettuce continues to crush in the live setting, the band has shared a new otherworldly video today that tells the story of their whole album.The new video has it all – spaceship parties, traveling through the universe, and so much more. Of course, it’s all fueled by the cosmic grooves of Lettuce and company. The band is on a roll, never sounding fresher.Watch the new video for Crush, streaming below via the Billboard premiere. For fans of Lettuce, you won’t want to miss Eric “Benny” Bloom, Jesus Coomes, Adam Deitch, Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff, and Ryan Zoidis, performing alongside members of Dead & Company, The String Cheese Incident, The Disco Biscuits, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Dopapod, Soulive, Medeski Martin & Wood, Snarky Puppy and so many more at the second annual Brooklyn Comes Alive – in the heart of Williamsburg – with over 50 artists spanning three venues in just one day: October 22nd. [Get tickets here]last_img read more

Harvard, collaborators receive $64.7 million NIH grant to build a detailed brain map

first_img Read Full Story Researchers from Harvard will be part of an ambitious new initiative to develop a better understanding of the brain. Neuroscientists have dreamed for years of understanding the role that each individual brain cells plays, and how the cells differ, connect and function. But the number of cells has been simply too massive to study or map all of them on an individual level.Now, thanks to advances in technology, the neuroscientists’ dream is closer to being realized than ever before. In a project of unprecedented scale, the National Institutes of Health has awarded an international consortium of laboratories $64.7 million over the next five years to begin to build a detailed mouse brain atlas that will catalog and map the cells in a mouse brain. The project aims to identify all of the different cell types in the brain, determine what set of genes each type uses, and map their physical locations.In addition, the consortium will examine the forebrain, the part of the brain involved in most forms of cognition, emotion, and sensorimotor processing, in more detail, aiming to also determine the size and shape of each of the major types of neuron, and trace the connections they make to other regions of the brain. Part of the NIH Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative, this project complements efforts by other BRAIN Initiative consortia to map the brains of humans and non-human primates.The mouse brain cell atlas project is led by Paola Arlotta, Harvard Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology and the Eli & Edythe Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, and Josh Huang, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and it brings together a diverse array of co-investigators from many institutions.A comprehensive catalog of the different types of brain cells, mapped to their physical locations in the brain, will ultimately improve researchers’ understanding of how the brain develops, connects and works—and what can go wrong with it in disease.“In order to solve medical problems, you really need this foundational knowledge of what cell types there are, where in the brain they are, and where they connect to,” Arlotta says. “And much of this information has been missing in the field, because we were not able, technology-wise, to gather it across the whole brain.”The labs will use several cutting edge techniques to build molecular profiles of each cell. Then they will match these profiles to a “brain atlas,” a 3D virtual map of the brain, connecting each cell’s molecular level data to a physical location.A wide variety of research projects will be facilitated by the atlas, from basic neuroscience to disease modeling.The grant reported in this publication was awarded by the National Institute Of Mental Health of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number U19MH114821.—Written by Greta Friarlast_img read more

Agbonlahor fears for Aston Villa if season resumes without fans

first_img Loading… “Villa played Chelsea away with a stadium full of Chelsea fans. Now they have to play Chelsea at home without 42,000 Villa fans who might be the key to getting a result. “I went to the Watford game back in January and the fans got Villa the win. They stuck with them when they were 1-0 down and got them over the line. read also:Agbonlahor retires from football at 32 “Fingers cross they can continue the season with fans in the stadium.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Gabby Agbonlahor fears for Aston Villa if the season resumes without fans. The most likely scenario for a resumption of the current campaign is for matches to take place without fans in the stadium. Agbonlahor believes that would hurt Villa’s hopes of avoiding the drop. He said: “The only thing which scares me is the season being finished behind closed doors. To me, that is not fair.Advertisement Promoted Content8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?What Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth33 Celebs Photos From Their Childhood: Will You Recognize Them?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World7 Train Stations In The World You Wish To Stay At Longer7 Worst Things To Do To Your PhoneThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love Withlast_img read more