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Research in the CML revolves around the study of human memory, combining approaches from traditional experimental psychology, computational modeling, and experimental neuroscience. Please click on a link below to see some of the representative media coverage the lab has received:

A memory boosting brain implant
SciTech Now | July 30, 2018

Memory-boosting brain implants are in the works. Would you get one?
NBC News | April 23, 2018

Faculty of the Mind
Penn One Health | April 30, 2018

Memory-boosting brain implants are in the works. Would you get one?
NBC news | April 23, 2018

The First Step Toward a Personal Memory Maker?
Penn One Health | February 12, 2018

A Brain Implant Improved Memory, Scientists Report
The New York Times | February 6, 2018

AI Just Learned How to Boost the Brain's Memory
Wired | February 6, 2018

Brain “Pacemaker” Could Help You Remember Only What You Might Forget
Scientific American | February 6, 2018

A Tiny Pulse Of Electricity Can Help The Brain Form Lasting Memories
NPR | February 6, 2018

Electric jolt boosts memory by 15%, trial shows
The Times | February 6, 2018

Electric shock to the brain boosts memory '15 per cent'
The Telegraph | February 6, 2018

With Strategic Zaps to the Brain, Scientists Boost Memory
Quantamagazine | February 6, 2018

Electric pulses to the brain can improve memory as much as 15 per cent, finds study
The New York Times | February 6, 2018

‘Pacemaker’ for the Brain Can Help Memory, Study Finds
The New York Times | April 20, 2017

Brain stimulation restores memory during lapses
Penn One Health | April 20, 2017

Electrical Stimulation To Boost Memory: Maybe It's All In The Timing
NPR | April 20, 2017

Penn's Restoring Active Memory project releases extensive human brain dataset
PennNews | November 11, 2016

When should we expect the robot army?
Omnia | November 21, 2016

Probing Brains Depths, Trying to Aid Memory
The New York Times | July 9, 2014

[Penn leading national effort to treat veterans' memory problems]
The Philadelphia Inquirer | July 9, 2014

DARPA awards $40 million to restore memories
Science | July 9, 2014

US$40m towards brain implant that could restore soldiers' memories
AFP Wire Story | July 9, 2014

Penn To Lead $22.5 Million Project On Restoring Memory Loss
CBS3 | July 9, 2014

Pentagon spurs new work on a brain implant to aid memory problems
L.A.Times | July 9, 2014

DARPA wants to develop electronic memory-restoring implants
Gizmag | July 9, 2014

US Military developing brain implants to restore memory
Live Science | July 9, 2014

[Philadelphia researchers to create prosthetic brain to restore memory loss]
WHYY | July 10, 2014

DARPA Wants a Memory Prosthetic for Injured Vets—and Wants It Now
iEEE Spectrum | July 10, 2014

[University of Pennsylvania wins contract to treat memory deficits]
Keystone Edge | July 10, 2014

Penn to lead project to restore memory loss
The Daily Pennsylvanian | July 10, 2014

Penn Gets DoD Grant to Heal Brain Injuries
Philadelphia Magazine | July 10, 2014

How DARPA's Brain Chip Could Restore Lost Memories
Fast Company | July 10, 2014

Memory-saving devices snag US research funds
Nature | July 10, 2014

DARPA funds two universities to produce memory-restoring device
Tech Times | July 10, 2014

[Human memory-saving devices get £20m research boost]
Wired.co.uk | July 11, 2014

DARPA’s $40 Million Plan to Save Soldiers’ Brains
Daily Beast | July 15, 2014

Veterans with Brain Injuries Could Get Help
Metro Philly | July 15, 2014

Researchers aim for an electrical memory prosthesis
Science | July 18, 2014


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