“Is hard recover the memory neurons; is better to avoid them die”

“My cerebral GPS has problems today”, laughs the Norwegian scientist May-Britt Moser (Fosnavåg, 1963) as a comment of the day full of meetings and displacements that the AstraZeneca foundation has organized in Madrid and in which this interview is included–.

The reference to the navigation systems and ubication is a self-referenced joke: Moser, his exhusband (then still married with her), Edvard Moser and the American John O’Keefe shared in 2014 the Nobel Prize for their works on the cerebral cells that helps people to orient.

Read the full interview at El País: