Babies are whizzes at taking in new information, especially when it comes to languages. The University of Washington’s Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences is currently studying how infants’ brain activity in response to language relates to their later speaking ability, the Huffington Post reports. The research goes beyond learning languages though. The Institute is interested in what makes young brains so capable of absorbing new information, which could reveal how to maintain learning throughout life…

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