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- Animal : A multicellular organism that feeds on other organisms, and is distinguished from plants, fungi, and unicellular organisms.
- Anthropology : The holistic study of humankind; from the Greek words anthropos ("human") and logia ("study").
- Atmosphere : The layers of gas surrounding stars and planets.
- Atom : The defining unit of chemical elements.
- Applied cognitive science : The use of neuroscientific insights in non-neuroscientific environments, particularly in management and politics.
- Biolinguistics : An interdisciplinary field that explores human natural language’s fundamental properties, development in individuals, use in thinking and communicating, brain implementation, genetic underpinnings, and evolutionary origins.
- Biology : The science of life — of complex, self-organizing, information-processing systems living in the past, present or future.
- Biomineralisation : The study of minerals produced or maintained by biological systems.
- Biomusicology : The study of biological aspects of music perception and production.
- Bionics : The application of biological principles in technical design.
- Biophysical economics : The study of economic systems as a kind of metabolism, using biophysical methods from biological thermodynamics and ecology.
- Biophysics : The study of forces and energies in biological systems.
- Biosphere : The entirety of places on Earth inhabited by living organisms.
- Biotechnology : The application of biological principles in industrial production
- Brain : The core unit of a central nervous system.
- Brain development : The build-up of the brain from ectodermal cells to a complex structure of neurons, glia and blood vessels.
- Brain evolution : The process by which the central nervous system changed over many generations.
- Brain morphometry : The quantitative study of structures in the brain, their differences between individuals, correlations with brain function, and changes of these characteristics over time.
- Brain plasticity : The ability of the brain to adapt to new situations, e.g. by learning or neurogenesis.
- Cerebral cortex : External tissue layer within the vertebrate brain, ensheathed by the pia mater; home to the nerve cell bodies; important in learning and dementia.
- Coevolution : Multi-generation interactions between different species, e.g. as prey and preditor, flower and insect.
- Cold hardiness : The ability of an organism to survive temperatures below the melting point of water, i.e. at 0°C or less (at sea level).
- Comparative biology : The study of life across species.
- Comparative physiology : The study of biochemical and biophysical processes of tissues across species.
- Computer : A machine that executes a sequence of instructions.
- Cortical thickness : The combined thickness of the cerebral cortex layers.
- Creative Commons : A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to enabling the sharing of the digital heritage of humanity.
- Cryopreservation : A process where cells or whole tissues are preserved by cooling to low sub-zero temperatures.
- Disease : A condition of the body in which one or more of its components fail to operate properly, resulting in disability, pain or other forms of suffering, or behavioral aberrations.
- Earth : The third planet from the Sun in our solar system; the only place in the universe known by humanity to harbor life.
- Ecosystem : A space in which multiple biological species interact.
- Encyclopedia : A point of reference for structured knowledge.
- Entrainment (biomusicology) : The synchronization of different individual organisms to an external rhythm, usually in the framework of social interactions.
- Environmental economics : The study of economic costs and benefits of environmental policies.
- Ethnomusicology : The study of music in its cultural context.
- Evolution : A change over time in the proportions of individual organisms differing genetically.
- Evolutionary biology : The study of the origin and descent of species, as well as their change, multiplication, and diversity over time.
- Evolutionary medicine : The study of diseases from the point of view of human evolutionary biology
- Evolutionary psychology : The comparative study of the nervous system and its relation to behaviour across species.
- Fossils : A naturally preserved record of ancient life.
- Gyrification : The folding process during brain development, or the extent of folding.
- Molecule : An aggregate of two or more atoms in a definite arrangement held together by chemical bonds.
- Mathematics : The study of quantities, structures, their relations, and changes thereof.
- Music perception : The study of the neural mechanisms involved in people perceiving rhythms, melodies, harmonies and other musical features.
- Music psychology : The study of how, when, where and why people engage in music and dance.
- Neuroimaging : A group of techniques used to visualize structure and function of nervous systems, especially the vertebrate brain.
- Neuroinformatics : The branch of informatics that studies the neural system by use of computational models and analytical tools.
- Open access : The free, immediate online access to the results of research, coupled with the right to use those results in new and innovative ways.
- Open data : Data that are publicly available for use, reuse and redistribution, typically for free via the World Wide Web.
- Open knowledge : Knowledge that is publicly accessible, typically for free via the World Wide Web.
- Open science : A movement aimed at making the process of scientific research more transparent both within and beyond the scientific community, and at sharing its results with the widest possible audience.
- Origin of life : How did self-replicating biochemistry and cells arise from the prebiotic world approximately four billion years ago? Aka abiogenesis.
- Physics : The study of forces and energies in space and time.
- Physiology : The study of the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions of tissues and how they interact.
- Plant : A eukaryotic organism, grouped into the kingdom Plantae, that typically synthesizes nutrients through photosynthesis and possesses the inability to voluntarily move.
- Research : The process of systematic inquiry and traceable vindication within a logically organized system of knowledge.
- Science : The organized body of knowledge based on non–trivial refutable concepts that can be verified or rejected on the base of observation and experimentation
- Science 2.0 : An umbrella term used to label the use of Web 2.0 tools for scientific purposes.
- Science Commons : A branch of Creative Commons dedicated to making the results of scientific research available in public for use and reuse.
- Schizophrenia : A mental disorder characterized by impaired perception of the individual's environment.
- Shape description : Mathematical subfield concerned with the quantification of arbitrary shapes.
- Steady-state economy : An economic concept that takes into account the needs of future generations and the limitedness of natural resources.
- Sustainability : An environmental concept about balancing the economic needs of current and future generations, given finite resources.
- Sustainable science : A movement to incorporate sustainability issues into scientific activities.
- Vocal learning : The ability of an organism to imitate sounds not inborn to it.
- Wiki : A website that allows anyone (with registration required or not) to edit any page and to add new pages.
- Computational morphometry : The study of shapes by computational means.
- Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy : Add brief definition or description
- Dielectrophoresis : Add brief definition or description
- Electrorotation : The rotation of dielectric particles induced by application of rotating electric fields.
- Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging : A neuroimaging technique used to monitor task-specific blood oxygenation, primarily in the brain.
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging : The use of magnetic fields and electromagnetic radiation to visualize internal structures of non-magnetic objects non-destructively.
- Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy : The use of electromagnetic radiation, in the presence of a magnetic field, to obtain information regarding transitions between different nuclear spin states of the nuclei present in the sample of interest.
- Optical Tweezers : Add brief definition or description
- Patch clamp : An electrophysiological recording technique that enables the investigation of single or multiple ion channel properties.
- Scanning electron microscopy : Add brief definition or description
- Transmission electron microscopy : Add brief definition or description
- UV Laser ablation : Add brief definition or description
- Chlamydomonas nivalis : Add brief definition or description
- Escherichia coli : A flagellated rod-shaped bacterium; a major species in the lower intestines of mammals.
- Saccharomyces cerevisiae : One of today’s most widely used yeasts.
- Myrothamnus labellifolia : Add brief definition or description
- Pararaucaria patagonica : Add brief definition or description
- Solidago (genus) : Add brief definition or description
- Belemnitella sumensis : Add brief definition or description
- Belemnopsis (genus) : Add brief definition or description
- Gonioteuthis quadrata : Add brief definition or description
- Isselicrinus buchii : Add brief definition or description
- Tardigrada (phylum) : Add brief definition or description
- Attacus atlas : Add brief definition or description
- Bombyx mori : Add brief definition or description
- Epiblema scudderiana : Add brief definition or description
- Eurosta solidaginis : Add brief definition or description
- Locusta migratoria : Add brief definition or description
- Samia cynthia : Add brief definition or description
- Atocetus (genus) : Add brief definition or description
- Elephas maximus : Add brief definition or description
- Hydrolagus colliei : Add brief definition or description
- Mus musculus : Add brief definition or description
- Phoca vitulina : Add brief definition or description
- Protopterus sp. : Add brief definition or description
- Rattus norvegicus : Add brief definition or description
- Xenopus laevis : The South African Clawed Frog, an important model system in many branches of biology.
- Cebus apella : Add brief definition or description
- Cebus atys : Add brief definition or description
- Homo sapiens sapiens : Bipedal mammalian species native to most continents and sharing a common ape ancestor with chimpanzees, gorillas and orang-utans; notable for evolving language and adapting its habitat to its own needs.
- Gorilla gorilla : Add brief definition or description
- Hylobates lar : Add brief definition or description
- Macaca mulatta : Add brief definition or description
- Pan paniscus : Add brief definition or description
- Pan troglodytes : Add brief definition or description
- Papio cynocephalus : Add brief definition or description
- Pongo pygmaeus : Add brief definition or description
- Saimiri sciureus : Add brief definition or description