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Smarter memory device holds key to greener gadgets
Fast, low-energy memory for MP3s, smartphones and cameras could become a reality thanks to a development by scientists. (2011-03-28)
The brain's RAM
Thousands of times a day, the brain stores sensory information for very short periods of time in a working memory, to be able to use it later. (2014-01-21)
Think memory worsens with age? Then yours probably will
Thinking your memory will get worse as you get older may actually be a self-fulfilling prophecy. (2009-04-21)
Mechanisms of memory identified
By blocking certain mechanisms that control the way that nerve cells in the brain communicate, scientists from the University of Bristol have been able to prevent visual recognition memory in rats. (2008-04-23)
Scripps Florida scientists find a defect responsible for memory impairment in aging
Scientists from the Florida campus of the Scripps Research Institute have discovered a mechanism that causes long-term memory loss due to age in Drosophila, the common fruit fly, a widely recognized substitute for human memory studies. (2015-03-03)
Alcohol boosts recall of earlier learning
Drinking alcohol improves memory for information learned before the drinking episode began, new research suggests. (2017-07-24)
Does scent enhance consumer product memories?
It may seem odd to add scent to products like sewing thread, automobile tires, and tennis balls, as some companies have done. (2009-12-14)
Peppermint tea can help improve your memory
Peppermint tea can improve long-term and working memory and in healthy adults. (2016-04-28)
Have we met before? Scientists show why the brain has the answer
Have you ever been approached by someone whose face you recognise but whose name you can't remember? (2011-08-04)
C-myc required by the immune system
C-myc, a gene commonly involved in cancer onset, has been found to have a role in the immune system's 'memory' of previous infections. (2006-05-11)
Scripps Florida scientist awarded $2.5 million to study inner workings of memory formation
A scientist from the Florida campus of the Scripps Research Institute has been awarded approximately $2.5 million from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke to better define how the brain organizes different types of memories among its neurons. (2012-12-05)
Memories are harder to forget than currently thought
Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania have shown that memories are not as fluid as current research suggests. (2004-03-15)
New study examines memory, learning and aging
In a recent Psychology and Aging study funded by the National Institute on Aging, Dr. (2007-08-20)
Episodic memory...without it human civilization would not have evolved
Episodic memory may have played a crucial role in the evolution of human culture and civilization. (2000-02-17)
Building stress-resistant memories
Though it's widely assumed that stress zaps a person's ability to recall memory, it doesn't have that effect when memory is tested immediately after a taxing event, and when subjects have engaged in a highly effective learning technique, a new study reports. (2016-11-24)
New system for forming memories
Until now, the hippocampus was considered the most important brain region for forming and recalling memory, with other regions only contributing as subordinates. (2017-01-12)
Researchers develop hardware encryption for new computer memory technology
Security concerns are one of the key obstacles to the adoption of new non-volatile main memory (NVMM) technology in next-generation computers, which would improve computer start times and boost memory capacity. (2011-05-17)
Smoking causes cognitive impairment in adolescents
Adolescents who smoke show impairment of working memory and other cognitive functions. (2005-02-01)
Conscious and unconscious memory linked in storing new information
The way the brain stores new, conscious information such as a first kiss or a childhood home is strongly linked to the way the human brain stores unconscious information. (2006-04-03)
Complaints about memory are associated with Alzheimer-related brain damage
Researchers at Rush University Medical Center found that having complaints about memory problems is associated with changes in the brain related to Alzheimer's disease. (2006-11-30)
Some memory complaints in the elderly may be warning signs of cognitive problems
Older individuals' complaints about memory lapses such as having trouble remembering recent events may indicate that they are experiencing cognitive problems that are greater than typical age-related changes. (2011-09-15)
In-vitro reproduction of long-lasting effects of stress on memory
A group of researchers at Osaka University, succeeded in reproduction of the same phenomenon as memory consolidation by using organotypic slice cultures of the cerebral cortex and revealed that stress interfered with memory consolidation. (2016-04-13)
Mechanism for inducing memory B cell differentiation elucidated
A group of researchers at Immunology Frontier Research Center (IFReC), Osaka University and RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences jointly clarified the mechanism for inducing germinal-center B cells' differentiation into memory B cells, immune cells that remember antigens, at the molecular level. (2016-07-31)
New clues about the aging brain's memory functions
A European study led by Umeå University Professor Lars Nyberg, has shown that the dopamine D2 receptor is linked to the long-term episodic memory, which function often reduces with age and due to dementia. (2016-06-29)
U of M researchers identify cause of memory loss
Researchers at the University of Minnesota Medical School and the Minneapolis VA Medical Center have for the first time identified a substance in the brain that is proven to cause memory loss. (2006-03-15)
Living fossils have long- and short-term memory
Robyn Crook from the City University of New York reports that Nautilus, the ancient living ancestors of modern cephalopods, have both long and short-term memory, despite lacking the brain structures that modern cephalopods evolved for long-term memory. (2008-05-30)
Highly accomplished people more prone to failure than others when under stress
Talented people often choke under pressure because the distraction caused by stress consumes their working memory. (2007-02-17)
Non-motor microtubule-associated protein in maintaining synaptic plasticity
University of Tsukuba Faculty of Medicine Professor Yosuke Takei, in a joint study with the University of Tokyo, has for the first time clarified the mechanism in the brain that inhibits derailment of the receptor transport that supports memory. (2016-02-08)
A protein reinforces memory and prevents forgetfulness
An international research study has shown that, in animal models, Type 2 insulin growth factor reinforces memory and prevents forgetfulness. (2011-02-02)
Development of alphabetic writing systems undermined indigenous social memory
Stone monuments, oral traditions, pictorial manuscripts and alphabetic texts are intriguing sources that have provided a wealth of material for Dr. (2009-08-11)
UF Researcher: Elderly Should Ignore Stereotypes About Memory Loss
Older people are much less likely to have major memory problems if they believe in themselves and work to improve their recall, a newly released University of Florida study finds. (1998-07-23)
Protein from poplar trees can be used to greatly increase computer capacity
Scientists from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have succeeded in showing how it is possible to greatly expand the memory capacity of future computers through the use of memory units based on silica nanoparticles combined with protein molecules obtained from the poplar tree. (2010-07-21)
UNH research: Positive memories of exercise spur future workouts
Getting motivated to exercise can be a challenge, but new research from the University of New Hampshire shows that simply remembering a positive memory about exercise may be just what it takes to get on the treadmill. (2014-03-17)
E-textiles get fashion upgrade with memory-storing fiber
In the future when you upgrade your computer you may also be upgrading your wardrobe as researchers create novel new textiles that pull double-duty as fabrics and electronics. (2011-09-26)
Reduced mastication results in the impairment of memory and learning function
Researchers centered at Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) delivered the influence of masticatory stimulus on brain function in order to establish the molecular basis of new treatments and preventive measures for memory/learning dysfunction. (2017-07-10)
Warmed-up organic memory transistor has larger memory capacity
Scientists show that non-volatile memory made from a sandwich of silver nanoparticle-laced plastic retains its on/off state over a wider voltage range when operating at toasty temperatures. (2011-07-29)
Stress raises risk of mental decline in older diabetics, study shows
Stress raises the risk of memory loss and cognitive decline among older people with diabetes, research suggests. (2010-02-22)
Memory slips may signal increased risk of dementia years later
New research suggests that people without dementia who begin reporting memory issues may be more likely to develop dementia later, even if they have no clinical signs of the disease. (2014-09-24)
Brain state affects memory recall
Lost your keys? Your brain might be in a better state to recall where you put them at some times than at others, according to new research from UC Davis. (2011-06-13)
Scripps Florida team awarded $2.3 million to unlock mysteries of long-term memory
Scientists from the Florida campus of the Scripps Research Institute have been awarded approximately $2.3 million from the National Institute of Mental Health to study the processes involved in long-term memory and how deficits in those processes contribute to brain diseases. (2014-02-13)
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