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  1. Megan Carey and Rui Costa join Simons-Emory International Consortium on Motor Control


    18.6.2020

    The Simons Foundation awarded scientists from Emory University and their collaborators $2.5 million to develop new tools to study how the brain controls behavior in vertebrates.


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  2. Searching for the commonalities and the differences between pediatric and adult cancers


    11.6.2020

    Interview with Adriana Sánchez Danés – the newest member of the research faculty at Champalimaud.


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  3. An optimal decision-making strategy emerges from non-stop learning


    2.6.2020

    Unexpected results bring into question which decision-making strategies should be considered as optimal.


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  4. National Scientist Day 2020


    16.5.2020

    Scientists love asking questions… so to celebrate the National Scientist Day, we decided to turn the tables on them and ask them a few revealing questions in return!


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  5. Learning what’s dangerous is costly, but social animals have a way of lowering the price


    12.5.2020

    For social animals, such as humans, being able to recognize the presence of a threat in the behavior of others could literally be a life-saver. Yet, animals do not instinctively know that when a group member displays freezing – one of the three universal defense responses – it means trouble. Now, new findings by the Behavioural Neuroscience Lab demonstrate how animals acquire this ability and identify the neural circuitry crucial for implementing it.


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