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Language is in our biology

If you want to master languages, you should pick your parents with care.

A pipette in brain tissue

The activity within a synapse of the brain has been measured for the very first time in Scandinavia, opening up new doors to our knowledge about learning and memory.

Does photographic memory exist?

Can some people glance at a picture or read a page of a book and later have total recall of all the details and information?

What’s it like to be a bee?

Information obtained from the tiny brain of a fly, cockroach or bee can be applied to studying the far more complex information processing mechanisms found in humans.