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<span style="color:#9e9e9e"> Gizmag |  July 9, 2014</span>
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Revision as of 19:58, 6 November 2018

Research in the Computational Memory Lab focuses on 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

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

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

The First Step Toward a Personal Memory Maker?
The New York Times | 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 percent'
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 percent, finds study
The Independent | 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 Today | 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
Penn Today | November 11, 2016

When Should We Expect The Robot Army: The Memory Chip
Omnia | November 21, 2016

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

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

Human memory-saving devices get $37.5m research boost from DARPA
Ars Technica; first appeared in Wired UK | July 13, 2014

Philadelphia researchers to create brain prosthesis 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

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

Probing Brain's Depths, Trying to Aid Memory
The New York Times | July 9, 2014

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

US $40m towards brain implant that could restore soldiers' memories
South China Morning Post | 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
New Atlas | July 9, 2014

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

Penn to Lead $22.5 Million Project on Restoring Memory Loss
Penn Today | July 9, 2014

For more information on the lab's DARPA Restoring Active Memory program, please click here.

For additional information on our research, please visit the Research Overview category linked below.