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


    2.3.2018

    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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  2. Life of PI: Hooked on motor behavior, including her own


    15.2.2018

    I am very happy here [at Champalimaud]. There are a lot of young people, we discuss science all the time; and we are all working on the same problem, but each from a different angle. – Eugenia Chiappe


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  3. Humans of Science: Marina Fridman


    9.2.2018

    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.


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  4. Fruit fly hunger games: taste neurons in control


    2.2.2018

    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


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


    31.1.2018

    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


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