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How do our brains remember? Observations, Scientific American
August 20, 2014 - August 21, 2014

Each of us has a unique experience on this earth. A major reason for that is thebuildup of our memories over time, which forms the ongoing narrative that we know as our life. Memories are also central to learning. But how does the brain—a collection of cells, neurons chief among them—remember and learn?Eric Kandel, perhaps more than any other person, has unraveled the answer to that question.

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