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Susumu Tonegawa, científico ganador de un Premio Nobel y profesor de Biología y Neurociencia, realizó un experimento en el cual a través de optogenética (manipulación genética de las células para que sean sensibles a la luz) logró detonar recuerdos en ...
30000 Brain Researchers Meld Minds At Science's Hottest Hangout
Between beers, Kitamura mentioned that he works with Susumu Tonegawa, a Nobel Prize winner who is studying the basis of memory. So once the socializing and poster sessions are over, he will return to the painstaking task of world-class brain science.
Q&A: Memory man
Susumu Tonegawa unlocked the genetic secrets behind antibodies' diverse structures, which earned him the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1987. Having since moved fields, he tells Keikantse Matlhagela about his latest work on the neuroscience ...
Triggering happy memories, scientifically
(Giving a depressed mouse happy experiences doesn't work, Tonegawa said. Nor does simply reminding it of nicer times. Though in people, psychotherapy that repeatedly reminds someone of the good in their life might have the same benefit, he said.