His device lets him look inside the brain to see where memories reside.
By Rena PacellaPosted 10.29.2004 at 6:00 pm 0 Comments
When we make a new memory, where is it stored in our brains? The question consumed Karel Svoboda for years. Others had approached the problem in two ways: They used noninvasive technologies such as MRI and PET scans to watch the living brain in action; for a closer look, they dissected brain tissue under the microscope.