An ultrafast, temperature-dependent mode of endocytosis, a process that is required for neurons to repeatedly fire, challenges current thinking and brings an old model back into the spotlight. See Article p.228
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Lučić, V. Towards unified vesicle endocytosis. Nature 515, 207–208 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature13925