Year in review: Memories vulnerable to manipulation

Experiments reveal how brain forms, stores recollections

neurons in the brain

JUMBLED  The hippocampus (blue, mouse brain shown) churns out neurons (white) early in life that may disrupt memories from infancy.

Courtesy of Jason Snyder

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