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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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The mystery of how memories are made, stored and retrieved is closer to being solved thanks to a group of UC Berkeley researchers.
The mystery of how memories are made, stored and retrieved is closer to being solved thanks to a group of UC Berkeley researchers.
A research team at UC Berkeley led by Richard Kramer, professor of neurobiology, has discovered a way to temporarily restore light sensitivity in mice with degenerative blindness. The team worked with researchers from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and the University of Washington, and results were published in the Feb. 19 issue of Neuron.
A research team at UC Berkeley led by Richard Kramer, professor of neurobiology, has discovered a way to temporarily restore light sensitivity in mice with degenerative blindness. The team worked with researchers from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and the University of Washington, and results were published in the Feb. 19 issue of Neuron.
Professor Richard Kramer from the campus Department of Molecular and Cell Biology said the researchers are trying to find a chemical derivative to restore visual function.
Professor Richard Kramer from the campus Department of Molecular and Cell Biology said the researchers are trying to find a chemical derivative to restore visual function.