By receiving RNA from the brain of another sea hare, recipients apparently acquired learned behavior from the donors.
Science Corner: Seeing is Remembering
[R]esearch suggests that ability [to track objects] is connected to our ability to form long-term memories.
Book Review: The First Thanksgiving
“Ours is a present-tense society,” historian Robert Tracy McKenzie notes, “We live in a time and place in which thinking deeply about the past is a countercultural and even a radical act.”
What Shall We Remember?
For some reason I thought it would be a good idea to take my girlfriend for a date through the Pulitzer Prize photography exhibition in Philadelphia. She is much more artistically-minded than I and we had talked before about visiting a gallery or museum sometime. I love photography and thought that the exhibit would be a […]