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Memories of Fukushima crisis rapidly fading, warn civic groups
The memories of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster have been rapidly fading in Japan, making it difficult to grasp what is actually happening in the area, civic groups warned.
Touch can produce detailed, lasting memories
Exploring objects through touch can generate detailed, durable memories for those objects, even when we don't intend to memorize the object's details, according to findings published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.
Researchers engineer microbes to form 'memories' of their environment
Microbes like bacteria aren't conscious enough to form memories, but a group of scientists in Texas developed a new way for them to do so at the genetic level.
How odors are turned into long-term memories
The neuroscientists Dr. Christina Strauch and Dr. Denise Manahan-Vaughan from the Ruhr-Universidad Bochum have investigated which brain area is responsible for storing odors as long-term memories. Some odors can trigger memories of experiences from years back, reported.
New study suggests an unconventional way for memories to form
A team of researchers working at Howard Hughes Medical Institute found possible evidence of a way for memories to form that differs from conventional theory.
Memories of fear could be permanently erased (Video)
The eternal sunshine of a spotless mind has come one step closer, said researchers working on methods to erase memories of fear.
Social media is ruining the way we recall memories
Social media is hard work. We’re encouraged to share the most vivid details of our lives to an audience and then we wait for people to measure how exciting our memories are by clicking ‘like’.
Scientists find way to erase painful memories
Scientists believe they have found a way to erase painful memories from the mind — helping addicts cope with drug abuse and enabling soldiers to overcome post-traumatic stress disorder.
Ants use Sun and memories to navigate
Ants are even more impressive at navigating than we thought.
Sleep 'prioritizes memories we care about'
A study has found that during sleep, the experiences you care about are more likely to enter your long-term memory.
Study: Genetic switch may erase unpleasant memories
Unpleasant memories can be erased by switching off a particular gene, a new study in mice has found.
Dreaming brain rhythms lock in memories
Disrupting brain activity in sleeping mice, specifically during the rapid eye movement (REM) phase, can stop the animals remembering things they learned that day, a study suggests.
Researchers erase memories in mice with beam of light
A team of researchers with member affiliations to several institutions in the US and Japan has developed a new device that allowed them to alter the spines on a neural dendrite in a mouse brain that was first modified naturally by an event that caused a memory to form.
Sleep makes memories more accessible
Sleeping not only protects memories from being forgotten, it also makes them easier to access, according to new research from the University of Exeter and the Basque Centre for Cognition, Brain and Language. The findings suggest that after sleep we are more likely to recall facts which we could not remember while still awake.

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