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Author Kandel, Eric R., author.

Title There is life after the Nobel Prize / Eric R. Kandel.

Publication Info. New York : Columbia University Press, [2022]

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Description ix, 110 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 21 cm
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction -- Moving to Columbia and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute -- Further advances in science -- Adventures in the public understanding of science -- Introducing brain science to art -- Return to Austria -- Columbia University and the science of mind, brain, behavior -- Conclusion.
Summary "In this book, Kandel recounts his remarkable career since receiving the Nobel in 2000... He takes readers through his lab's scientific advances, including research into how long-term memory is stored in the brain and age-related memory loss as well as the neuroscience of drug addiction and schizophrenia. Kandel relates how the Nobel gave him the opportunity to reach a far larger audience, which in turn allowed him to discover and pursue new directions. He describes his efforts to promote public understanding of science and to put brain science and art into conversation. Kandel also discusses his return to Austria, which he had fled as a child, and observing its coming to terms with the Nazi period."-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Kandel, Eric R.
Columbia University -- Faculty -- Biography.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Neuroscientists -- United States -- Biography.
Medical scientists -- United States -- Biography.
Nobel Prize winners -- United States -- Biography.
Neurosciences -- Research.
Molecular neurobiology -- Research.
Memory -- Physiological aspects -- Research.
ISBN 9780231200141 hardcover
0231200145 hardcover

 
    
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