Jennifer Sun of the California Institute of Technology described her team’s paper “BKinD-3D: Self-supervised 3D keypoint discovery from multi-view videos,” posted 6 May on arXiv.
All animals behave in 3D – we discover 3D poses directly from multi-view videos without requiring annotations.
Essentially videos -> 3D keypoints + connections
We will be @CVPR on June 21!
— Jennifer J. Sun (@JenJSun) May 15, 2023
Hemal Naik of the Max Planck Institute replied to Sun’s tweet.
It’s very cool work, @AlexHHChan we should try this on our dataset.
— Hemal????Naik (@hmnaik) May 16, 2023
Ann Kennedy of Northwestern University also weighed in on Sun’s work.
— Ann Kennedy (@Antihebbiann) May 15, 2023
In a significant move, the former editorial teams of Neuroimage and Neuroimage: Reports will lead the new MIT Press journal, delivering on the promise to lower APC fees.@ImagingNeurosci #OpenAccess #OA #Neuroscience https://t.co/zmaJuqGvfd pic.twitter.com/RJ4iDY8kA9
— MIT Press (@mitpress) May 15, 2023
Imaging Neuroscience has a provisional submission platform at https://t.co/AtKFAwPtjh, which is now open for new submissions! ????
Initial APCs are $1,600 (instead of $3,450) with waivers for low and middle income countries. Sponors are sought to further reduce APCs in the future. https://t.co/vcolT53tWk
— Til Ole Bergmann (@tobergmann) May 15, 2023
It’s called a revolution because that’s what it is, a full turn of the wheel, a change so extreme that everything stays the same… https://t.co/hOPfy0qQts
— Sean James Fallon (@agonistofmind) May 16, 2023
Feels like an opportunity to do something radical was lost here.
“… article processing charge of $1,600 with waivers for low and middle income countries…”
Ok, this is better than Elsevier, but shouldn’t we have more transparency around why exactly does this cost $1600? https://t.co/2dj8WHshrE
— Awais Aftab, MD (@awaisaftab) May 16, 2023
Tarika Vijayaraghavan of Monash University detailed her paper “The dynamin GTPase mediates regenerative axonal fusion in Caenorhabditis elegans by regulating fusogen levels,” published 9 May in PNAS Nexus.
Armin Raznahan of the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health tweeted a link to the paper “Quality control and analytic best practices for testing genetic models of sex differences in large populations,” published 11 May in Cell.
Quality control and analytic best practices for testing genetic models of sex differences in large populations https://t.co/ClPuuz3dUW
— Armin Raznahan (@bogglerapture) May 12, 2023
Helen Tager-Flusberg of Boston University tweeted a response to “Spectrum Launch: Demystifying academia with Laurel Gabard-Durnam.”
Delighted to see Spectrum covering this superstar! https://t.co/EPFRjllT1b
— Helen Tager-Flusberg (@HelenTager) May 12, 2023
Ana Carolina Castro of Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade do Porto described a poster titled “HCN channelopathy in a SHANK3 mouse model of ASD,” which she presented at the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies regional meeting earlier this month in Algarve, Portugal.
Mariah Kelley of Seattle Pacific University shared a description of her poster “Stress induces glial inflammation in the nucleus accumbens of rats,” which she presented at the Erickson Conference 2023 5 May in Seattle, Washington.
That’s it for this week’s Community Newsletter! If you have any suggestions for interesting social posts you saw in the autism research sphere, feel free to send an email to [email protected].
Cite this article: https://doi.org/10.53053/KCCO9936