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Gary Marcus wrote in The New Yorker:  Neuroscience has yet find its Newton, let alone its Einstein. Really? Here’s a small selection of individuals who could be candidates for the gig of “the Newton of neuroscience.” Luigi Galvani, who discovered that there is electricity in living organisms. To me, if you are to draw a single line between how the ancients understood brains and behaviour and how we understand how brains and behaviour today, I would draw it at Galvani and […]

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