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Researchers develop 128Mb STT-MRAM with world's fastest write speed for embedded memory

LakeArrowhead (#1) 292 days ago Science researchers develop 128mb stt-mram worlds fastest write speed embedded memory All https://www.sciencedaily.com   Discuss  | Add To 
A research team has successfully developed 128Mb-density STT-MRAM (spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random access memory) with a write speed of 14 ns for use in embedded memory applications, such as cache in IOT and AI. This is currently the world's fastest write speed for embedded memory application with a density over 100Mb and will pave the way for the mass-production of large capacity STT-MRAM.
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In A Bullet-Riddled Mansion, A Beirut Architect Envisions A Museum Of Memory

LakeArrowhead (#1) 930 days ago World News bullet-riddled mansion beirut architect envisions museum memory All http://www.npr.org   Discuss  | Add To 
Beirut is peaceful now, but political divisions still run deep — and people are still hesitant to look back on the civil war years of the 1970s and 1980s.
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Older adults with obesity less responsive to memory training than those with lower BMIs

LakeArrowhead (#1) 1009 days ago Science older adults obesity responsive memory training bmis All https://www.sciencedaily.com   Discuss  | Add To 
In first study to compare results of cognitive training by BMI category, scientists found that memory training provided only one-third the benefit to older adults with obesity than benefit it provided to older adults without obesity.
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MORE SEX FOR BETTER MEMORY...

LakeArrowhead (#1) 1049 days ago World News sex memory All http://feedproxy.google.com   Discuss  | Add To 
MORE SEX FOR BETTER MEMORY... (Second column, 14th story, link)
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Vitamins A and C help erase cell memory

LakeArrowhead (#1) 1098 days ago Science vitamins erase cell memory All https://www.sciencedaily.com   Discuss  | Add To 
Vitamins A and C aren't just good for your health, they affect your DNA too. Researchers have discovered how vitamins A and C act to modify the epigenetic 'memory' held by cells; insight which is significant for regenerative medicine and our ability to reprogram cells from one identity to another.
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WIPE MEMORY...

LakeArrowhead (#1) 1154 days ago World News wipe memory All http://feedproxy.google.com   Discuss  | Add To 
WIPE MEMORY...(Second column, 7th story, link)Related stories:NEW ZIKA ZONE: MIAMI BEACH...Awareness billboards removed amid condom controversy...BITE FEAR: May affect ADULT brain cells...
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BENGHAZI DAD: Hillary A Liar, Or Has Bad Memory From Head Injury...

LakeArrowhead (#1) 1170 days ago World News benghazi dad hillary liar bad memory head injury All http://feedproxy.google.com   Discuss  | Add To 
BENGHAZI DAD: Hillary A Liar, Or Has Bad Memory From Head Injury...(First column, 4th story, link)Related stories:Khan Deletes Law Firm Website that Specialized in Muslim Immigration...CHART: NYT bestsellers all anti-Clinton books...
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Hacking memory to follow through with intentions

LakeArrowhead (#1) 1241 days ago Science hacking memory follow intentions All https://www.sciencedaily.com   Discuss  | Add To 
Whether it's paying the electric bill or taking the clothes out of the dryer, there are many daily tasks that we fully intend to complete and then promptly forget about. New research suggests that linking these tasks to distinctive cues that we'll encounter at the right place and the right time may help us remember to follow through.
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Enhanced hippocampal-cortical coupling improves memory

LakeArrowhead (#1) 1246 days ago Science enhanced hippocampal-cortical coupling improves memory All https://www.sciencedaily.com   Discuss  | Add To 
For the first time, scientists have produced direct evidence that the long-term storage of memories involves a dialogue between two brain structures, the hippocampus and cortex, during sleep; by enhancing this dialogue, they succeeded in triggering the consolidation of memories that would otherwise have been forgotten.
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How does memory work?

LakeArrowhead (#1) 1247 days ago Science memory work All https://www.sciencedaily.com   Discuss  | Add To 
We tend to think our memory works like a filing cabinet. We experience an event, generate a memory and then file it away for later use. However, according to medical research, the basic mechanisms behind memory are much more dynamic.

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