8.00pm to 9.15pm, Friday 28 February
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Memory is distributed across many brain regions but critical among them is the hippocampus. Eleanor Maguire will draw on evidence from virtual reality, brain imaging and studies of amnesia to show that the consequences of hippocampal damage are even more far-reaching than suspected, robbing us of our past, our imagination and altering our perception of the world.
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