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Scientists learn how to ramp up microbes' ability to make memories

Scientists learn how to ramp up microbes' ability to make memories

Languages still a major barrier to global science, new research finds. Of the over 75,000 documents, including journal articles, books and theses, some 35.6% were not in English. Of these, the majority was in Spanish (12.6%) or Portuguese (10.3%). Simplified Chinese made up 6%, and 3% were in French.

Languages still a major barrier to global science, new research finds. Of the over 75,000 documents, including journal articles, books and theses, some 35.6% were not in English. Of these, the majority was in Spanish (12.6%) or Portuguese (10.3%). Simplified Chinese made up 6%, and 3% were in French.

Restoring order in brain: Brain cell regeneration may alleviate symptoms of Alzheimer's disease Date: March 11, 2014 Source: American Friends of Tel Aviv University Summary: Researchers have discovered that when they re-established a population of new cells in the part of the brain associated with behavior, some symptoms of Alzheimer's disease significantly decreased or were reversed altogether. While memory loss is a common symptom of Alzheimer's, other behavioral manifestations...More...

Restoring order in brain: Brain cell regeneration may alleviate symptoms of Alzheimer's disease Date: March 11, 2014 Source: American Friends of Tel Aviv University Summary: Researchers have discovered that when they re-established a population of new cells in the part of the brain associated with behavior, some symptoms of Alzheimer's disease significantly decreased or were reversed altogether. While memory loss is a common symptom of Alzheimer's, other behavioral manifestations...More...

Multitasking whole studying: Divided attention and technological gadgets impair learning and memory.  Slate 5.3.13

Multitasking whole studying: Divided attention and technological gadgets impair learning and memory. Slate 5.3.13

Is your Facebook feed distorting your ability to recall events accurately?  Kimberly Fenn, a psychologist at Michigan State University, is studying the way social media sharing can distort memory.

Is your Facebook feed distorting your ability to recall events accurately? Kimberly Fenn, a psychologist at Michigan State University, is studying the way social media sharing can distort memory.

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