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Beam Me Up, Scotty? Turns Out Your Brain Is Ready For Teleportation

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Brain Cells 'Geotag' Memories To Cache What Happened — And Where

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The underlying biology of age-related memory glitches — in old mice and old people — is different from what happens with Alzheimer's, recent research suggests. Anthony Bradshaw/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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A Single Protein May Help Explain Memory Loss In Old Age

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