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  1. Carmen Sandi: “There is a causal link between mitochondrial function and rank in social hierarchy”


    When we pharmacologically inhibited the activity of the mitochondria, the animals lost in social competitions. – Carmen Sandi


  2. Life of PI: From medicine to neuroscience and back


    All things considered, my role may be to find links between medicine and science, to develop a model of proximity between these two domains. – Albino Oliveira-Maia


  3. Humans of Science: Hedi Young


    Who are today’s scientists? Inspired by the project “Humans of New York”, Ar Magazine turns the spotlight on individual humans of science every month.


  4. Serotonin promotes perseverance


    We had never seen an active behavior promoted by serotonin. This is, to my knowledge, the first time such a behavior has been observed when serotonin-producing neurons are activated. – Eran Lottem


  5. In pursuit of pleasure, the brain learns to hit the repeat button


    If a brain’s activity patterns are in overdrive, as is often the case for people with addiction or obsessive-compulsive disorder, could we create a computer program that can help to retrain their brains and downshift this activity? – Rui Costa


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