Scientists are working to decipher the inner workings of your memory

They're working at the level of individual cells. Image: REUTERS/Chris Helgren

Andrej Bicanski

Research Associate in Computational Neuroscience, UCL

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Left: an animal’s trajectory (black lines) as it explores a square box. Green dots indicate locations where the place cells was active. Right: colour-coded regions of activity in the square environment (blue means silent, red means maximal activity) Image: Barry C, Bush D. From A to Z: a potential role for grid cells in spatial navigation. Neural systems & circuits. 2012 Dec
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