A Hierarchy in the Flat Neocortex
Walter Eric Johnson
wej3715 at fox.tamu.edu
Fri Jul 24 06:59:28 EST 1998
Mentifex (mentifex at scn.org) wrote:
: Yes, but look at where that article is archived in perpetuum,
: at the Brain Research Institute of the University of California
: at Los Angeles (UCLA) -- on a par with Texas Agricultural and
: Mining University.
I assume you are referring to Texas A&M University. FWIW, Texas
A&M has a fine medical neurobiology department in the Medical
Also, the A&M in Texas A&M University do not stand for anything.
They used to stand for Agricultural & Mechanical, but that was
changed some number of years ago.
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