Scientists Just Transferred Memories... Between Sea Slugs

By : SciShow - 6 months ago
Scientists were able to transfer a specific memory from one sea slug to another! And research suggests that focusing on your breathing could help you focus on other things as well!

Thumbnail Credit: Bédécarrats et al., eNeuro (2018)

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