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  1. Fruit fly hunger games: taste neurons in control


    The first set makes the fly start to eat yeast, telling it it is the right food, and the second set tells it to keep on eating it, that yeast is still the right food. – Carlos Ribeiro


  2. Body movements just need a “puff” of dopamine to get started


    Our most important result is that we showed, for the first time, that the change in neural activity is necessary to promote movement. – Joaquim Alves da Silva


  3. Life of PI: A neuroscientist with a passion for the mathematics of things


    I got a several offers, but I liked Champalimaud – not only the place and the language, but also the way they look at science here, which I found was more fun than in other places. – Gonzalo de Polavieja


  4. Scientists reveal the “Lego pieces” that form complex zebrafish movements


    Much like music is made of notes, the complex behaviors of zebrafish larvae, such as hunting or social interactions, are formed from a small set of movements types arranged in specific sequences. – João Marques


  5. Bruno Costa-Silva receives EMBO Installation Grant


    The grant will be used to study the association of Exosome populations with liver metastasis


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