Media coverage on NIFTI-funded Science article

NIFTI-funded research from Tom Daniel’s lab at the University of Washington was recently published in Science and has been receiving a wide array of media coverage.  The research investigated how hawkmoths track the location of flowers in low-light conditions.

The article, “Luminance-dependent visual processing enables moth flight in low light”, by Simon Sponberg, Jonathan P. Dyhr, Robert W. Hall, and Thomas L. Daniel, can be found on the Science website.  There is also a video associated with the published article (see below).

Science has compiled a summary of the media coverage on the research.  Articles of note include:

 

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