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It’s all about your frame of mind

We think of brains as computers—stimulus in, action out. But they’re far more finicky than any iMac. Easily swayed by underlying internal states such as hunger, aggression, or arousal, our neurons are capable of incredible flexibility. For neuroscientists, it’s yet another wrinkle in understanding our wrinkliest organ.

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Testing, testing

Weekly COVID tests are critical to preventing community spread. But when state and city programs faltered, one Rockefeller group took matters into its own hands.

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A mission to end metastasis

Not all cancer cells are killers. One lab is focusing its energy on only those that enable tumors to spread—and it may have found their kryptonite.

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Erich D. Jarvis

Scientist and advocate, Jarvis wants his colleagues to know that it’s ok to say what you think.

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The pandemic has changed us

The vaccine works. Scientists did their part. But what happens next? Rockefeller researchers who spent the past year on the front lines discuss the challenges ahead—for society and for science.