By Abhijit Naskar
Love, God & Neurons is a hair-raising story of a naive collage dropout from Bengal turning into certainly one of twenty-first century's such a lot influential minds in Neuroscience.
Called "a self-trained scientist and thinker" (Michael Persinger) and "a prolific, resourceful neuroscientist" (Ronald Cicurel), Abhijit Naskar cheerfully seems to be again on years of philosophical, religious and clinical adventures, whereas heavily examining them with the technology of the brain. In his surreal and pleasing demeanour of writing, he provides us a glimpse of the interior molecular storms that used to provide him numerous sleepless nights and the way these nights resulted in a number of the brightest days within the historical past of clinical investigation.
In Love, God & Neurons Naskar deals a candid examine the occasions, feelings and folks that instructed his existence during the enthralling alleys of philosophy and a few mystical and romantic reports that finally encouraged him to make use of the trendy instruments of technology within the pursuit of lavishing human lifestyles with colours and self-awareness.
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