Russell Foster is a circadian neuroscientist: He studies the sleep cycles of the brain.
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Scientists at Duke University have pinpointed a regulator of gene activity that could lend insight into why we're so different from chimpanzees despite having a near-identical genetic makeup (94 per cent of our DNA is the same).
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CORI BARGMANN, CO-CHAIR OF THE BRAIN INITIATIVE, ENVISIONS WHERE THE PROJECT IS HEADING