eReflect Announces Support for Latest Opogenetics Research

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New research is highlighting the possibility of selective memory recall, using light as a trigger. eReflect, a producer of self-improvement software packages, is today announcing its full support of the new studies.

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Software produce eReflect has today announced its support for the latest Opogentics research.
Studies are currently being undertaken at MIT to determine if it possible to activate memory on demand, by stimulating certain brain neurons using light.

Touted to be able to improve memory, the studies are giving scientists a vital opportunity to explore the inner workings of the human mind.

Marc Slater, Managing Director of eReflect was delighted to learn of the research:

“Our company fully supports the notion that anyone can learn to improve memory. Therefore, we were thrilled to see time and money being invested into scientific research, in the hope that we can all one day benefit from their findings” he said.

eReflect have been leading the self-improvement software market for many years, offering a myriad of computer-based solutions to improve communication, job prospects and interpersonal dealings.

“Memory plays a huge part in this. We back all of our software with scientific research, so we naturally applaud the teams at MIT for what they are doing” Slater adds.

The conclusions of the research will be published in journal Nature, along with a synopsis and ongoing updates on the team’s progress.

Already deep into their studies, the team is already able to conclude that stimulating certain neurons has the ability to trigger an entire memory, even a memory previously thought to have been ‘wiped’ from the brain.

Light-sensitive proteins are being used as a stimulant, with a concurrent focus on an area of the brain known as the Hippcampus – well known for its role in learning, memory and discriminating places.

Aside from memory, the study also hopes to shed new light on treatment options for a number of high-profile medical conditions.

Preliminary Opogenetic research has already provided informative insights into the neural basis of diseases such as depression, Parkinson’s disease, Anxiety and Schizophrenia.

About eReflect

eReflect is a world leader in self-improvement software, with products currently being used by tens of thousands of people in over 110 countries.

When Ultimate Vocabulary was released in 2006, it quickly became the most sought after and awarded vocabulary software available. Since then eReflect has released a number of highly successful and popular products in the speed reading, spelling, and memory improvement markets.

eReflect prides itself on creating the best products available. Each eReflect product represents the painstaking work of top content experts, engineers, academic studies, and customer research. All products are backed with a famous 365 day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee.

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