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Researchers suggest the birth of new neurons can wipe out old memories, raising the possibility that forgetting may be an essential part of creating new memories.

Physics professor Wolfgang Christian learned about the wonder of science when he was very young. Among the toys Christian’s father, an engineer, introduced to his son were electric trains, magnets, and lenses.

“A lot of my interest in science came about through interactive engagement at home,” said Christian.