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A new approach to Alzheimer’s is unfolding
The idea that Alzheimer’s is caused by brain plaques has long underpinned efforts to treat it—with mostly disappointing results. Now, a growing movement among scientists is challenging basic assumptions about the disease. Is it the start of a new chapter?
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Meet our scientists: Daniel Kronauer
Kronauer studies evolution in insect societies at the level of the gene, brain, individual, and colony.
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The 2023 awardee, Suzanne Simard, is a forest ecologist and author of Finding the Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest. She receives Rockefeller’s science writing award for her book on the underground networks of forests and their far-reaching implications on climate change.
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