Good things come to those who wait? Study finds that more serotonin, more patience.
In a study published today (January 15, 2015) in the journal Current Biology, a team of scientists, led by Zachary Mainen, found a causal link between the activation of serotonin neurons and the amount of time mice are willing to wait, and rejected a possible link between increased serotonin neuron activation and reward.
Champalimaud Foundation Investigator Carlos Ribeiro elected as member of the first group of FENS-Kavli Scholars
The Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) and The Kavli Foundation have announced the first FENS-Kavli Scholars – 20 young European neuroscience researchers chosen for the excellence of their research, as well as promise to be among the field’s newest generation of extraordinary pioneers.
20 + 20: discussing research, science and innovation
As part of an editorial project called Project 20 + 20, Portuguese journal Expresso joins the field of research and innovation with the business sector in a focused event.