How do our brains recognize and navigate our environment? Scientists used to think the same part of the brain was at work, but it turns out that two distinct parts are involved: one that recognizes a place (as a bathroom, a park, or whatever other environment it is) and a second that manages navigation through it. This finding has implications for surgery and rehabilitation, as well as building robotic systems.

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