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The New Yorker reports on an article by a group of researchers from the Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour in the latest issue of the journal Nature Neuroscience. The group, which is led by Scott Waddell, studies rewards, motivation, and memory in the comparatively simple brain of the fruit fly.