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Memories are made of this

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In association with Cambridge Science Festival

In many ways we are our memories, which is why losing memory through disease or damage is so disastrous. But how are memories made – and how might we improve them? What are the molecular and cellular brain processes involved in making and recalling our memories? Join Professor Steven Rose as he answers these questions.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Biological Society series.

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