Synapses as a mannequin: Solid-state memory in neuromorphic circuits

Journal Reference: Regina Dittmann, Stephan Menzel, Rainer Waser. Nanoionic memristive phenomena in metal oxides: the valence change mechanism. Advances in Physics, 2022; 1 DOI: 10.1080/00018732.2022.2084006 Certain tasks — such as recognizing patterns and language — are performed highly efficiently by a human brain, requiring only about one ten-thousandth of the energy of a conventional, so-called … Read more

FIFA 23, Volta and Pro Club: between the controversy and the memory of FIFA Street

FIFA 23 Volta and Pro Club between the controversy and

Two of the most particular modes of FIFA 23 show up in a new focus before launch: this is what Volta Football and Pro Club will be like. The long approach to FIFA 23 led us to explore the actual gameplay, HyperMotion2 technology, Career mode and all aspects of next-gen graphics that will be introduced … Read more

Using smartphones could help improve memory skills

Journal Reference: Dawa Dupont, Qianmeng Zhu, Sam J. Gilbert. Value-based routing of delayed intentions into brain-based versus external memory stores.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2022; DOI: 10.1037/xge0001261 The research, published in Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, showed that digital devices help people to store and remember very important information. This, in turn, frees up … Read more

Boosting memory performance by strong ion bombardment

Journal Reference: S. Park, T. Seo, C. Jeon, Y.K. Lee, Y. Chung. Defect generation in a data-storage layer by strong ion bombardment for multilevel non-volatile memory applications. Materials Today Nano, 2022; 19: 100226 DOI: 10.1016/j.mtnano.2022.100226 POSTECH professor Yoonyoung Chung (Department of Electrical Engineering and Department of Semiconductor Engineering) and Ph.D. candidate Seongmin Park (Department of … Read more

Finding the right memory strategy to slow cognitive decline

Journal Reference: Benjamin M. Hampstead, Anthony Y. Stringer, Alexandru D. Iordan, Robert Ploutz‐Snyder, K. Sathian. Toward rational use of cognitive training in those with mild cognitive impairment. Alzheimer’s & Dementia, 2022; DOI: 10.1002/alz.12718 A new study led by researchers from the University of Michigan and Penn State College of Medicine compared two approaches for people … Read more

Introducing a protocol for using robotic pets in memory care

Journal Reference: Rhonda Nelson,Rebecca Westenskow. Evaluation of a Robotic Pet Intervention Protocol for Older Adults with Dementia. Canadian Journal of Recreation Therapy, 2022 DOI: 10.18666/CJRT-2022-V1-I1-11452 The resident’s enjoyment of the session and the benefit for their well-being is real. But the animal is not. It’s a robotic pet with synthetic fur and programmed movements and … Read more

Chiara Ferragni and Fedez, the disease is a memory. On Instagram he celebrates 4 months after the operation: “Don’t give up a ca …”

Chiara Ferragni and Fedez the disease is a memory On

March 22, 2022. Per Fedez an indelible date, forever engraved in his memory. The day of his operation for the pancreatic cancerbut also the day of his rebirth and the change of life prospects of a 32-year-old rich and successful who has come to terms with disease. And that very important … Read more

New study reveals where memory fragments are stored

Journal Reference: Nakul Yadav, Chelsea Noble, James E. Niemeyer, Andrea Terceros, Jonathan Victor, Conor Liston, Priyamvada Rajasethupathy. Prefrontal feature representations drive memory recall. Nature, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41586-022-04936-2 A new study now reveals that in the brain, a complex memory similarly consists of a whole and its parts. The researchers found that while the overall experience … Read more

Study examines memory in expert birdwatchers

Journal Reference: Erik A. Wing, Ford Burles, Jennifer D. Ryan, Asaf Gilboa. The structure of prior knowledge enhances memory in experts by reducing interference. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2022; 119 (26) DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2204172119 According to a new Baycrest study that examined memory in expert birdwatchers, having expert knowledge in a subject helps … Read more

Highly effective memory B cells localized in the lungs

Journal Reference: Claude Gregoire, Lionel Spinelli, Sergio Villazala-Merino, Laurine Gil, María Pía Holgado, Myriam Moussa, Chuang Dong, Ana Zarubica, Mathieu Fallet, Jean-Marc Navarro, Bernard Malissen, Pierre Milpied, Mauro Gaya. Viral infection engenders bona fide and bystander subsets of lung-resident memory B cells through a permissive mechanism. Immunity, 2022; DOI: 10.1016/j.immuni.2022.06.002 Memory B cells are immune … Read more

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