Archive For June, 2014

8 articles
Saving Our Memory For the Future Part Two: Memory, Prediction and the Invisible Future

Saving Our Memory For the Future Part Two: Memory, Prediction and the Invisible Future

The ‘Memory, Prediction and the Invisible Future’ event at The Cheltenham Festival started from the perhaps counterintuitive assumption that memory is not just for looking backward, but that it is a tool we need in order to predict the future. From an evolutionary point of view, individual memory probably evolved for us to plan ahead: in order to make choices…
The Memory Network at Universities Week 9-15 June

The Memory Network at Universities Week 9-15 June

Between 9-15 June 2014, universities across the UK are inviting everyone to be inspired, get involved and discover the work that they are doing to improve the way we live our lives. The Memory Network's Heather Yeung  has written a guest blog post for the AHRC's Science in Culture theme website showcasing our work and its ongoing relevance. Read it…