Male mice sing different songs in different contexts when courting lady mice, saving their best stuff for females they haven't even met yet. That's according to new research out of Duke University that documented male mice changing their tunes, literally, as social contexts changed.
Controlling games with brainwaves is a vogue research subject—Patricia Hernandez herself tested out a demo that involved tossing trucks telekinetically—but a team of researchers have applied it to a competitive game—Pong—with the goal of allowing a paralyzed person to make the ceremonial kickoff of the 2014 World Cup.
This glowing green monstrosity isn't a radioactive Doctor Who monster, it's a common fruitfly, part of Duke University's awesome microscopy gallery. (The right image shows a larval brain, the left shows dorsal closure.) Gallery below.