How to remember your whole life
Richard Bradbury | Christine Wong | Arvindh Yuvaraj
Think back to a recent event: where you were, what it looked like, how it made you feel. Perhaps you recall the decor in the room, or who was with you. If you’ve got a really good memory, you might even remember what they were wearing. For scientist Neo Mohsenvand, accessing recollections of recent events is a little different—and quite a lot more accurate.
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