Developing neurons project their axons to one another to establish synaptic connection and form a neural circuit, the activity of which is essential for brain function such as learning and memory

What is memory?

Memory is what makes us who we are: it is the process by which we store and recall experiences, facts and information, and how to perform tasks.
 

What are the different types of Memory?

You likely already know that memory is split into two types: short-term and long-term. This classifies memories based on length of time they are stored by the brain.

Long-term memories can be further categorised as either concious or unconscious memories. Learn more about the many types of memory.
 

More facts about memory:

QBI laboratories working on memory: