Researchers Implant Memories Into Bird Brains

In an effort to learn more about brain pathways, researchers successfully implanted false memories into the brains of Zebra finches. The small birds naturally learn to sing from their fathers, but by implanting memories of songs into the birds’ brains, researchers were able to teach the birds to sing songs that they had never heard before. To conduct the experiment, researchers modified the birds’ neurons using optogenics, which involves using light for behavioral control of...

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