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Researchers find clue to editing memories

If moments are fleeting, then memories are permanent. When we share our most powerful memories, they grow with time rather than fade. But we all have some memories we'd rather forget. Could it be possible to edit our memories? It sounds like something out of science fiction,...

source: By Dorothy L. Tengler
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Neesa Suncheuri writes, "The openness of the people at Mensa also allowed me to feel extremely safe. I felt that each person present had many layers and facets, and that they all appreciated these unique qualities within themselves. I also find joy in trying to deconstruct...

source: The Establishment

Less than one second. That's how long it takes children to recognize their mother's voice. And that voice lights a child's brain up like a Christmas tree. A new study from Stanford University School of Medicine studied how children reacted to mom's voice compared to a woman...

source: CNN

Is the electrical activity in your brain different when you watch an episode of Game of Thrones on HBO and when you read the same scene in one of the books? A visualization built by the Neuroscape Lab at the University of...

source: Forbes

American Mensa's magazine, the Mensa Bulletin, turns 50 this year. To commemorate this milestone, Great Minds Think and Write anthologizes the best essays, letters, poems and other writings in a slick, 100-page publication worthy of the most discerning coffee tables. Enjoy...

source: American Mensa

The future of 3-D printing is heavily reliant on the power of data. The Internet of Things means users will be able to access and print files remotely, as well as create incredible scans and share prints. But, there are also several more opportunities for big data and 3-D...

source: Dataconomy

Henry Molaison, aged 27, had surgery to alleviate his severe epileptic seizures in 1953. During the operation, part of the temporal lobe on both sides of his brain was removed, suctioning out most of his hippocampus, a seahorse-shaped structure now known to play a crucial...

source: Aeon

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