Researchers Chemically Control A Mouse’s Mind For Science

One minute the mouse was starving, and the next it turned away from its food, leaving it untouched. Its sudden bursts of activity were counteracted with just as sudden bouts of lethargy. This mouse was acting strange, and it wasn’t by accident--it was because scientists made it behave that way.


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