Erasing and restoring memories: Researchers again move toward altering memory.
California Researchers Figured Out How to Erase and Then Restore Memories (Video)
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June 4 2014 12:39 PM

Our New Memory Playground

Researchers show they can erase and then reintroduce memories, at least in rats.


Researchers at the University of California San Diego write in Nature that they were able to erase and reactivate memories in rats using a series of electrical pulses to the hippocampus.

Chris Wade is a New York-based video and audio producer and an occasional contributor to Brow Beat.  

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