Model Organisms
July 2016

The beating heart at the center of so many groundbreaking biological, medical, and psychological studies may not be a human's, but that of a rodent, a bird, even a fish or an insect. These essential collaborators rarely have an opportunity to add their thoughts to lab reports, so instead, we offer them our inaugural edition of Labocine to tell their stories. Here, we'll experience the perceptions of microbes, watch films made for and by non-human primates, travel with invertebrates investigating the human world, and see classic cognitive studies through the eyes of their subjects.

Foraging, Feeding, and Mating: the life of the free-living nematode C. elegans

by Du Cheng Meghan Lockard
FILM

Open Field Delirium Error

by Nate Dorr
FILM

Murine Montage

by Alexis Gambis
FILM

Invasion

by Anne Milne
FILM

The Coral Reef Are Dreaming Again

by Lucas Leyva
FILM

Silent Passengers

by Hirofumi Nakamoto
FILM

A Fly Called Fig

by Samuel Ridgeway
FILM

Micro Empire

by Clemens Wirth
FILM

Primate Cinema: Apes as Family

by Rachel Mayeri
FILM

Other Voices

by Sarah Enid Hagey
FILM

Heila Ormur

by Rose Stark
FILM

Capucine

by Nieto
FILM

Beetle Bluffs

by Anna Lindemann
FILM
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