Well, folks, I have decided I'd like to make cephalopods a focus of my research in neurobiology and neurogenetics. The Internet being the giant collection of info that it is, I'm having a horrifically hard time sussing out the names of people who do research on cephalopods, particularly people who study their behavior and their brain. I've found some folks: (people at the same university are listed on the same line. Researchers in italics are dead or no longer practicing.) Jennifer Mather - University of Lethbridge, Canada Roland Anderson - Seattle Aquarium D. L. Sinn R. A. Byrne - Austria. Possibly retired? M. Kuba, B. Hochner - Hebrew University of Jerusalem J. G. Boal, L. M. Hvoreckny A. W. Dunham K. T. Williams R. T. Hanlon - Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory, Massachusetts, USA L. Borelli, G. Fiorito, P. Scotto, C. von Planta - Marine Biological Station, Naples, Italy B. B. Boycott - possibly deceased P. R. Boyle (who is probably old or dead, considering s/he has an article published in 1954) B. U. Budelmann - possibly retired P. B. Dews (also probably old or dead, considering s/he has an article published in 1954) L. Dickel, A. S. Darmaillacq, R. Poirier, V. Agin, C. Bellanger, R. Chichery - Caen, France J. B. Messenger A. Kovaks D. M. Logue W. R. A. Muntz D. S. Olton R. K. O'Dor D. M. Webber A. Packard M. J. Renner N. A. Moltschaniwskyj - University of Tasmania, Australia N. A. Perrin J. Z. Young S. Shigeno - Chicago R.L. Caldwell - UC Berkeley, US C.L. Huffard - Conservation International, Indonesia/US Are there any more?