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New research shows that people can learn to suppress memories. It also suggests new avenues for treating post-traumatic stress disorder.
Research uncovers the cellular defects that cause this type of forgetfulness.
A neural implant helps rats with short-term recall.
A new compound prevents age-related memory loss by blocking part of the stress system.
Graphene could make computer hard drives denser and speedier.
Research in mice suggests that it might be possible to delete specific painful memories.
A new electronic device could lead to denser, faster kinds of memory, and processing chips that act more like the brain.
Two firms have doubled the capacity of phase-change memory, a likely replacement for flash.
A new optical device could make high-speed computing and communications possible.