Monday, 28 August 2006

The Memory Experience.

From a new BBC Radio series The Memory Experience:
Exactly how does the brain store the vast complexity of rich and detailed experiences which stay with us throughout our lives?
In this programme we explore the chemical, biological and genetic underpinnings of memory - the role of brain cells, of neurotransmitters and of specific areas such as the hippocampus, which seem to play a key role in the laying-down of new memories and learning.
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