May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser are Professors and Directors at the Kavli Institute and the Centre for Neural Computation. They are interested in the fundamental neural computations underlying cognition and behaviour. To decipher these computations, they focus on the mechanisms for mapping of local space in the mammalian cortex. Their past work includes the discovery of grid cells. Read the story: How the Mosers discovered the grid cells.