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  1. Catch me if you can


    CR scientists discover neurons that control willingness to mate in female fruit flies.


  2. Humans of Science: Sam Walker


    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.


  3. When our world turns “upside-down”, serotonin helps us deal with it


    We think serotonin is not the happiness molecule. It is the neural and behavioral flexibility molecule. It gives us the opportunity to change, but we still have to do something for that change to go in a positive direction. – Sara Matias


  4. The recipe for optimizing protein content in the diet is written in the genes


    I like being optimistic, so I think that maybe we are closer than we imagine to developing an ideal diet, which could guarantee people’s good health throughout their life. – Samantha Herbert


  5. Artificial neural network learns to “unmix” a mixture of odors


    You always smell a mixture of odors, like when you enter a forest, there are mushrooms, dead leaves, flowers, animals and so on. So the hard problem is this: given a mixture of odors, how do you come up with a list of the odors in the mixture? – Alexandre Pouget, University of Geneva


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