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Tuning brain regions like radios for better memory

Syncing the signals in our brain could lead to better memory

Our brains are basically electrochemical computers, so using electricity to manipulate their function is a well-proven technique. From deep-Brain stimulation that controls the symptoms of depression to zapping our grey matter to improve our vision, electrical current applied to our brains holds a lot of promise. Now researchers at Imperial College London have shown that a low-voltage stream of electricity can be used to bring different Brain Regions in sync with each other, leading to improved memory ability and the hope of treating neurological disorders.

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Category: Biology

  • Memory
  • Brain
  • Imperial College
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