Finding Places. The Search for the Brain's GPS.
Original title: Jakten på stedsansen
Publisher: Vigmostad og Bjørke, 2018
Pages: 182 pages
How are humans and animals able to navigate? And why are nearly all of our memories connected to places?
In 2003, brain scientists Edvard and May-Britt Moser made a sensational discovery at a lab in Trondheim, Norway. It changed everything we thought we knew about animals’ and people’s sense of direction. Finding Places: The Search for the Brain’s GPS is the story of two scientists from young students trying to find their voice to acclaimed researchers receiving the world’s most prestigious scientific award: The Nobel Prize in medicine. This book gives a unique insight into their’ struggles, victories, and the creativity behind their ground-breaking research and tells the thrilling story about how May-Britt and Edvard Moser solved one of the biggest mysteries in science.
Polish: Jagiellonian University Press
World English: World Scientific Publishing
Russian: Bombora (Eksmo non-fiction)