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Watching molecules morph into memories: Breakthrough allows scientists to probe how memories form in nerve cells

Watching molecules morph into memories: Breakthrough allows scientists to probe how memories form in nerve cells | Energy Health | Scoop.it
Scientists have used advanced imaging techniques to provide a window into how the brain makes memories. These insights into the molecular basis of memory were made possible by a technological tour de force never before achieved in animals: a mouse model in which molecules crucial to making memories were given fluorescent “tags” so they could be observed traveling in real time in living brain cells.
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The Morality of Meditation

The Morality of Meditation | Energy Health | Scoop.it

Meditation is fast becoming a fashionable tool for improving your mind. With mounting scientific evidence that the practice can enhance creativity, memory and scores on standardized intelligence tests, interest in its practical benefits is growing.

 

This is all well and good, but if you stop to think about it, there’s a bit of a disconnect between the (perfectly commendable) pursuit of these benefits and the purpose for which meditation was originally intended. But does meditation work as promised? Is its originally intended effect — the reduction of suffering — empirically demonstrable?


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