Simon Sponberg

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Georgia Tech Set To Launch Innovative Interdisciplinary Neurosciences Research Program External News Renay San Miguel
How Insects Evolved to Ultrafast Flight (And Back) News jhunt7
Wing-flapping robot helps explain the evolution of insect flight External News Renay San Miguel
The evolution of blinking has eluded the research archives. Enter the mudskipper. External News Renay San Miguel
If We Could Walk Like The Animals: Scientists and Engineers Host Biomechanics Day at Zoo Atlanta News Renay San Miguel
2022 School of Biological Sciences Trainee Talks Event Jasmine Martin
Sensing in a Dynamic World: What the Antennae of the Fruit Fly can Teach us about Sensation and the Perception of Movement Event Jasmine Martin
To grab nectar, moths rely on split-second timing External News Renay San Miguel
Moths and Perhaps Other Animals Rely on Precise Timing of Neural Spikes News John Toon
A Visual Feature Space for Guiding Natural Behaviors Event Jasmine Martin
There's a Moth in My Video Game! Episode 6, Starring Simon Sponberg News Renay San Miguel
Simon Sponberg Wins Major Funding to Study Insect Brains News A. Maureen Rouhi
Brown, Sponberg, Mitchell Featured in What's New in Atlanta Neuroscience Event A. Maureen Rouhi
The emergent physics of animal locomotion External News Renay San Miguel
B.S. in Neuroscience Takes Off at Georgia Tech News A. Maureen Rouhi