The team also recognizes regional heroes who are fueling good in their communities, like the Qualified Gasolines team. ‘With respect to Qualified Gasolines and our eight Staten Island CITGO Suppliers who helped get this to donation possible, we are honored to aid SIUH,’ added Qualified Gasolines General Manager Mike Moran. ‘Households have enough stress when a child is ill. Being able to help ensure that parents can visit their children in a healthcare facility and get to and from appointments without fretting about paying for gas to make the trip is great.’ Related StoriesFirst hospital installs Ortho Eyesight AnalyzerBoston Children's Hospital selects Vijay G. Sankaran to get Rising Celebrity AwardGlan Clwyd Medical center N Wales invest in Esaote's G-Scan MRI device for weight-bearing scanning’Health is a core philosophy for CITGO, while every purchase we make in the well-being of our kids is an investment later on of our neighborhoods and communities,’ said Rafael Gomez, vice president of authorities and open public affairs for CITGO.Released in Human Brain Mapping, the scientists have – – for the first time – – documented the formation of a recently learned concept inside the brain and display that it happens in the same brain areas for everybody. This novel research merges brain research and instructional advancement, two of Carnegie Mellon's university-wide initiatives – – BrainHub, which targets how the structure and activity of the mind bring about complex behaviors, and the Simon Initiative, which aims to measurably improve pupil learning outcomes by harnessing decades of learning science study. Marcel Just, a leading neuroscientist, pointed to the Smithsonian Institute's 2013 announcement about the olinguito, a recently identified carnivore species that generally eats lives and fruits by itself in the treetops of rainforests, as an example of the type of new concept that people learn.