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Brains keep temporary molecular records before making a lasting memory

Kelsey Tyssowski, Harvard University The first dance at my wedding lasted exactly four minutes and 52 seconds, but I’ll probably remember it for decades. Neuroscientists...

Why our brains see the world as ‘us’ versus ‘them’

Leslie Henderson, Dartmouth College Anti-immigrant policies, race-related demonstrations, Title IX disputes, affirmative action court cases, same-sex marriage litigation. These issues are continually in the headlines....

A Father’s Day reminder from science: Your kids aren’t really growing...

Keith Payne, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill I am one of those men for whom it is impossible to find Father’s Day...

New study reveals why some people are more creative than others

Roger Beaty, Harvard University Creativity is often defined as the ability to come up with new and useful ideas. Like intelligence, it can be considered...

Scientists join forces to save Puerto Rico’s ‘Monkey Island’

Alexandra Rosati, University of Michigan “00O made it!” There was some news to celebrate on Sept. 28 in the email chain of scientists who work...

Brain-imaging modern people making Stone Age tools hints at evolution of...

Shelby Putt, Indiana University How did humans get to be so smart, and when did this happen? To untangle this question, we need...

Brain connections predict how well you can pay attention

Monica Rosenberg, Yale University During a 1959 television appearance, Jack Kerouac was asked how long it took him to write his novel On The Road....

Forget Freud, research on dream imagery may help us understand consciousness

Uma Shahani, Glasgow Caledonian University Rapid eye movements (REMs) during sleep may contribute to the visual part of our dreams by acting as a switch...

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