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  1. Magnetic transcranial stimulation: to have or not to have maintenance sessions?


    The antidepressant effect of repetitive magnetic transcranial stimulation (rTMS) lasts longer when the initial treatment is followed by maintenance sessions, concludes a study led by scientists from the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown (CCU), and now published in the journal Brain Stimulation.


  2. Two seemingly opposing forces in the brain actually cooperate to enhance memory formation


    Our work adds a piece to the puzzle of how the brain performs one of its fundamental tasks: being able to encode information while still keeping a stable level of activity_ – Anna Hobbiss_


  3. Humans of science: Raphael Steinfeld


    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. How the brain decides what to do in the face of danger


    New study identifies variables that lead the brain to apply specific defensive strategies and uncovers a particular pair of neurons crucial for this process.


  5. Tackling the great paradox of biodiversity with game theory


    These ideas are still largely theoretical, so we need to test how well the competition mechanisms proposed in the paper describe what happens when real species compete, but early results look quite promising. – Andres Laan


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