Neuroscience

Vascular cells found to be crucial in forming long-term memories

Research on long-term memories has largely focused on the role of neurons—the brain's nerve cells. However, in recent years, scientists are discovering that other cell types are also vital in memory formation and storage.

Neuroscience

Researchers discover how long-lasting memories form in the brain

Helping your mother make pancakes when you were three…riding your bike without training wheels…your first romantic kiss: How do we retain vivid memories of long-ago events? As described in a paper published in Neuron, ...

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