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NEURO SCIENCES Find out more about our nervous system in 18 animated stops. Have a look! or watch the documentary The Mystery of Memory which provides a unique insight into the secrets of the brain's astounding ability to record and recall information, and includes interviews with some of today's most prominent scientists, such as Eric Kandel, 2000 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine. Watch "The Mystery of Memory" 29 min. In order to see the video you need Adobe Flash PlayerCopyright © Nobel Media AB 2009Credits: Kikim Media (production)