It might not be alive, but this remarkable chemical compound seems to be able to remember things for several hours.
A new study has provided evidence confirming the role eye movements play in recreating events in the mind.
Psychologist Vanessa LoBue explores the phenomenon of 'infantile amnesia' and why we can't remember our earliest years.
Prof Don Arnold and colleagues have been attempting to solve the long-running mystery of where our memories are stored.
Storing a simulation of the universe is likely to require more memory than the average video game.
A Japanese clerk memorized the credit card details of 1,300 customers using his photographic memory.
Scientists report that they have successfully implanted a false memory into a mouse through brain manipulation.
A woman from Louisiana forgot her entire adult life after suffering from a sudden and extreme bout of memory loss.
A new study has revealed that the human brain actually works in reverse when recalling details of our memories.
Scientists maintain that our earliest memories could not have happened the way we remember them.
In a potentially groundbreaking experiment, memories were successfully transferred from one snail to another.
Stephen Wiltshire, who was diagnosed with autism at the age of three, is one of the world's most skilled artists.
William Shatner is one of thousands of people whose names will soon be sent to the Sun on a memory card.
Some near-death experiencers have reported reliving a vivid series of memories about their own life.
Scientists in Japan have shown that cats are just as good at memory tests as their canine counterparts.
A recent psychology study has revealed that it is not uncommon for people to recall non-existent events.
A new study suggests that our brains may deliberately muddle up or forget memories of immoral acts.
A leading British scientist has suggested that we may soon have the ability to manipulate memories.
Clinical trials have shown that engineered 'memory t-cells' can act as a long-term cancer vaccine.
Scientists believe that the human brain can remember ten times as much information as previously thought.