Here's another dump of a robot news items from the editor's inbox here at robots.net: Japanese researchers have embedded a camera in a mouse's brain to observe the process of memory formation. It's hoped the mouse brain camera will help both cognitive scientists and Parkinson's disease researchers. Mark Micire alerted us to a recent issue of Wiley's normally closed/proprietary Journal of Field Robotics that's available to the public; it contains lots of PDFs of intersting robot research. Another reader mentioned a Robots-Dreams.com story on the latest military 3D laser sensor for autonomous robots. Shawn H. Corey sent a link to The first environmentally powered robotic submersible. From deep in the uncanny valley, we have video of Japan's latest android, a female robot called a simroid, who helps train dentists by letting them know when they make painful mistakes. Ouch. Another reader sent an Engadget link to a robot that looks like more fun, the Kota Triceratops Toy - a really big dinosaur robot that kids can ride. The Tricerabot runs on 6 D cells and will retail for $300. Know any other robot news, gossip, or amazing facts we should report? Send 'em our way please.