The neurobiology of sex. Part 3: A happy ending is only the beginning
In the third and last part of this series on the Neurobiology of Sex, Susana Lima, principal investigator at Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, tells us about her work on one of the quickest behavioural transitions in male nature: from passionate lover to snoring sack of potatoes – or, in biological terms, the male post-ejaculation behaviour.
“We made the patients become a dolphin swimming in the ocean”
“The brain seems to have an endogenous capacity to repair itself after it’s injured. So we wondered: what if there is a way to amplify, to take advantage of, to interact with this spontaneous healing capacity?” – John Krakauer, BLAM Lab, Johns Hopkins University
Brilliant Minds: Graduation Ceremony 2016
On December 20th, at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown Auditorium, 26 newly-minted PhDs, some of whom had especially come to Lisbon from abroad for the occasion, climbed the few steps that lead to the stage to receive their diplomas.