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Electrodes implanted in the brain show promise in early trials.
A new electronic device could lead to denser, faster kinds of memory, and processing chips that act more like the brain.
A glowing protein provides insight into how learning strengthens the ties between neurons.
A new type of memory could soon be available to device makers.
Two firms have doubled the capacity of phase-change memory, a likely replacement for flash.
Better batteries and super-sticky glues are becoming possible because of nanomaterials.
A specialized camera regularly takes pictures to aid with memory.
A company called Kiva Systems is speeding up Internet orders with robotic systems that are modeled on random-access computer memory.
Stem-cell transplants improve memory in brain-injured mice.
Eye-Fi’s two-gigabyte secure-digital (SD) memory card can wirelessly send photos to a PC or a photo-sharing website.