Anatoly throughout his studies touched a number of different sciences – like physics, biology, philosophy. This made him think that each community has it's own language. Even within the science different fields not always understand each other well – not to mention outsiders. However wonder is universal for all people. He believes that beauty of new discoveries could inspire everyone, no matter what person does in life. But knowledge has to be accessible. That's why Anatoly wants to take a challenge of bringing complex concepts of modern science into the light of clarity.
Anatoly is the editor of 6 Breaks:
How Does Memory Guide Learning? Birds Can Answer
Inherent complexities of the human brain make it difficult to pinpoint the process of memory encoding. Turning to songbirds, we identify memory circuits by implanting novel memories that guide how they learn the pattern of their song.Aug 7, 2020 | 3 min read
The Claustrum: Your shield from distraction
The claustrum is a mysterious brain structure with vast connections, whose anatomy has limited investigation. We found a new approach for studying claustral neurons, which uncovered a role for the claustrum in conferring resilience to distraction.Jan 30, 2019 | 4 min read
Spicing up restoration: can a dash of pepper powder defend native plants?
New research demonstrates that coating native plant seeds with chili powder can prevent rodent seed predation and improve native plant restoration, while also reducing restoration costs.Dec 20, 2018 | 3.5 min read
Absent microbial teachers and immunological hooliganism
Various factors including “just in case” use of antibiotics can affect the microbiome of babies, and that can sabotage their immune system.Sep 26, 2018 | 4 min read
Evolution does not care
The universal cellular process of autophagy that is highly important for young worms becomes malfunctioned in old worms and leads to a shorter life.Jun 7, 2018 | 4 min read