The Brain Prize Presents: György Buzsáki

  • Published3 Oct 2017
  • Reviewed3 Oct 2017
  • Source The Brain Prize

Think twice about pulling an all-nighter before that big test - sleep is necessary for the mechanics behind memory to operate. In this video, György Buzsáki, pioneering memory researcher and winner of the 2011 Brain Prize, explains his research into sleep and memory, and its implications for the future.


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