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The brain has been recognised as the cradle of human learning since time immemorial.

However, we have only recently discovered how learning occurs at the molecular level. Scientists have figured out how our dense network of 10 billion neurons works and how sensory information is transported along this lightning-fast network to be stored in the hippocampus.

We are innately wired to seek knowledge, which is why when we were babies, we put everything in our mouths. Seeing as we are not constructed to bear sharp fangs or possess blinding speed, it is this ability that keeps us firmly at the apex of the food chain.

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