Selfies could be subtly reshaping your memory.
Societies forget, and this physicist wants to know why.
Around 40 percent of us may have a fictional recollection as our “first” memory.
Scientists share their favorite stories.
Scientists still aren't sure why brain training only works for some people.
How do police extract eyewitness accounts they can trust?
The next treatment for trauma could be spotless minds.
A botched lobotomy left 27-year-old Henry Molaison unable to form new memories. This is how Molaison's personal tragedy became science's gain.
Scientists hope to strengthen aging brains by tweaking the behavior of DNA
Scientists isolate a protein that significantly increases visual recall
Long-term memories are formed by proteins in brain cells
Scientists discover the drug may help dementia patients retain memory for as many as six additional months
Memristor could enable instant-on PCs, massive data storage and computers that think like humans
If fear really is all in our heads, Joseph LeDoux thinks he can eliminate it. The first step is to block out our memories
Ted Berger has spent the past decade engineering a brain implant that can re-create thoughts. The chip could remedy everything from Alzheimerâ€™s to absent-mindednessâ€”and reduce memory loss to nothing more than a computer glitch
A new "memory stamp" turns physical objects like postcards and photos into hyperlinks
A new understanding of brain chemistry could usher in an age of biologically enhanced humans
Is selective memory erasure more than a Hollywood fantasy?
If eyewitness memories are missing, the brain makes them up, and scanning technology has a hard time telling real from fake.