Researchers claim to have transferred a memory between two sea slugs – Ars Technica


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Researchers claim to have transferred a memory between two sea slugs
Ars Technica
How does a brain hold on to a memory? There's evidence for a number of processes, from potentially transient changes in gene expression, through long-term changes in DNA packaging, and up to alterations of the connections among cells. Complicating ...
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